European bailout officials, along with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), say Greece has achieved some progress emerging as a sustainable economy after its debt trouble earlier this decade, meaning it’s time that Athens started cutting its leverage.
It Could Be Crunch Time for World’s Third Most-Indebted Country
Caught in conflict and with precarious finances, Lebanon is talking about a Greek-style rescue package
ByDonna Abu-Nasr, Dana Khraiche, and Onur Ant
By Nektaria Stamouli, WSJ
Greece's economy expanded for a fourth straight quarter in the last three months of 2017, but at a slower pace, according to figures published Monday.
A report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) on risks to the global economy warned on Wednesday that Greece is more likely to leave the eurozone than stay in the currency union.
By Lucia Sconosciuto
Achieving greater energy security is high on the agenda of many countries. As self-reliance is not always an option in many countries where the EBRD invests, its strategy is to advocate for greater energy efficiency and diversification of energy sources, with a great focus on renewables, open markets and adequate infrastructure.
By Voice of America
When the first jet airplane lands Monday at Istanbul's newest airport, it will mark a milestone in what analysts see as a Turkish drive to accomplish with contracting dollars what it has not been able to achieve with traditional diplomacy.
Corporate taxation in Greece is burdensome and anti-competitive, the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) says in a report published on Thursday, stressing that Greek taxes also fail to draw revenues above the average rate of other European countries that as a rule have lower corporate taxation.
Amidst the economic and social uncertainty in Greece, NN Hellas is effectively striving to transform and improve the country’s insurance sector
By Marianna Politopoulou, Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO, NN Hellas
After a decade of struggles, Daniel Gros** urges eurozone leaders not to forget that predominantly domestic problems cannot be resolved by a loan or transfer of resources from abroad.-ceps
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