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Eldorado looks to future in Greece

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Eldorado Gold (CN:ELD) is looking to determine “a clear path forward” for its majority-owned Kassandra assets in northern Greece following a positive arbitration ruling announced yesterday.

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With Mr. Austerity gone, will Germany approve debt relief for Greece?

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Germany's new finance minister, Olaf Scholz, is more likely to join a European effort to reduce Greece's debt, but political dangers abound.
 
By  Martin Greive & Jan Hildebrand, handelsblatt
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Turkey’s impressive growth rate has dark side

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By Mustafa Sonmez, Al-Monitor 

On March 29, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK) announced that the country’s gross domestic product grew 7.4% in 2017, the highest rate in the past four years.

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Debt relief deliberations a difficult puzzle

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By Zacharias Petrou, Balkaneu.com

Political developments in Greece are increasingly becoming dependent on the conclusion of the country’s 4th – and final – bailout program review, as well as talks for possible debt relief.
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Greece could create new market shocks as banks face critical test

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The four banks have come a long way since 2015, when they were last tested. Since then, they raised nearly 15 billion euros ($18.55 billion) in new capital-There's still a "huge problem" with bad loans, according to Daniele Nouy, chair of the ECB's supervisory board.
 
By Silvia Amaro, CNBC

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