About: Troika

Euro & Finance 06-01-2017

Embattled Bank of Cyprus pays off bailout loan

Bank of Cyprus, the Mediterranean island's largest lender and one of the largest casualties of the financial crisis, yesterday (5 December) announced it had paid back in full the €11.4 billion in Emergency Liquidity Assistance it received in an international bailout.

Climate change 17-10-2016

Greek WWF chief: Debt solution should be linked to ‘greener’ economy

Europe should explore creative ways to provide relief to indebted countries like Greece, if they pursue green investments and accelerate the switch to a sustainable economy, WWF’s Demetres Karavellas told EURACTIV.com.

Euro & Finance 28-09-2016

Greece passes electricity market reform, sets sovereign wealth fund

Greek lawmakers yesterday (27 September) passed reforms sought by the country's creditors to cut pension spending and expedite privatisations in exchange for financial aid under the country's latest international bailout.

21-09-2016

Austerity-hit citizens allowed to sue troika, ECJ rules

The European Court of Justice has ruled that EU citizens can now sue the troika if they believe their fundamental rights have been violated by austerity. EURACTIV Germany reports.

Euro & Finance 29-07-2016

Commission and IMF clash over influence of politics over bailout programmes

The European Commission has said that stabilising the eurozone was "eminently a political issue" after an independent probe into the IMF's handing of sovereign bailouts found it was vulnerable to pressure from governments.

Euro & Finance 28-04-2016

The Greek crisis: European madness

Last week, Greece had to deal with new austerity measures and a Eurostat study invalidated the IMF’s doomsday scenario. A number of MEPs now call upon European leaders to rethink the issue of debt and review the reforms being imposed on Greece.

Health 19-04-2016

Doctors launch awareness campaign on ‘apocalyptic’ Greek healthcare

With the launch of the Emergency Greece campaign, a group of doctors has decried the medical situation in the country as "apocalyptic", blaming the Troika’s crippling austerity measures. EURACTIV France reports.

Euro & Finance 13-04-2016

Greece says ‘close’ to deal with creditors

Greece said late on Tuesday that (12 April) it was "very close" to clinching a deal with its international creditors, despite a suspension of a tough round of talks on the country's latest reforms.

Energy 12-04-2016

Greek energy industry: Syriza plays favourites in excise tax vote

Under the nose of the Troika, the Greek government passed an amendment exempting from an excise tax natural gas used by industries as raw material, favoring a single industrial sector.

Euro & Finance 24-02-2016

Aidan Regan: ‘The Troika had nothing to do with the Irish recovery’

The Irish recovery was the result of the country’s attractive business environment, not the demands of the Troika, Aidan Regan explains. Our partner La Tribune reports.

EU Priorities 2020 06-01-2016

Parliament’s involvement in EU bailout programmes ‘delayed’

Negotiations for the European Parliament’s participation in the evaluation of EU countries under an adjustment programme are “delayed”, but progress is being made, a source close to President Martin Schulz has told EURACTIV.

Euro & Finance 02-10-2015

Portugal: Sunday’s elections will be no earthquake

Portugal is holding a general election this Sunday. The polls point to a victory for the right, but political disillusion could lead to record levels of abstention. La Tribune reports.