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Greek start-ups rise from the ruins

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An unclassical revival is taking place in Athens, where start-ups are booming  

By Rebecca Burn-Callander, Enterprise Editor, The Telegraph

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Greek bonds beat lottery

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By Bloomberg 

The woman who died in a burning Athens bank still smiles at Giorgos Mastorakos on his way to the delicatessen he owns around the corner. The wreaths and tributes no longer cascade on to the road to mark the spot where she and her two colleagues were killed in violence in May 2010 after the country’s unsustainable debts and ensuing financial decline resulted in the first depression since World War II.

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IMF Isn’t About to Apologize for Greece

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By  Ian Talley, The Wall Street Journal

The International Monetary Fund may have learned from its mistakes in its historic Greek program. But to be clear, it’s not apologizing.

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Greek Aid Payout Delayed as Hardouvelis Makes Euro-Area Debut

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Greece’s new finance minister ran into an old set of European grievances about the pace of the country’s economic overhaul, delaying the payout of more emergency aid.

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Fidelity Joins Prudential as Biggest Funds Go Greek: Euro Credit

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The world’s largest investors are putting their trust in Greece’s government bond market as record-low yields across Europe compel them to invest in the country that sparked the region’s sovereign debt crisis.