By Eoghan Macguire, CNN
It was once the place Greeks flocked to when leaving for pastures new.
Now, the site of the old Hellinikon Airport in the south of Athens could be set to bring in billions of dollars worth of international investment to the debt-stricken nation.
The stand-off between the government and international lenders continues
By Evangelos A. Calamitsis, Economist; former director at the International Monetary Fund- Huffington Post
For some time now, there has been an intense debate in Greece (and to some extent in financial circles around the world) on the state and outlook of the Greek economy.
By Gabriele Steinhauser, Wall Street Journal
Greece should get a new €40 billion bailout and the euro zone should be prepared to forego interest payments from the government if if the country’s debt remains too high, economists at a Brussels think tank argued on Thursday.