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Greek Fin Min in positive meetings with Eurozone counterparts

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By Zacharias Petrou

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos began his tour of European capitals for talks with counterparts with a fruitful meeting with French Finance Minister Michel Sapin on Sunday before meeting Finnish counterpart Alexander Stubb on Monday.

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No Cuts in Greek Primary Pensions, Minister Says Ahead of Talks

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By Eleni Chrepa & Marcus Bensasson, Bloomberg

Government red line puts it on collision course with creditors-Katrougalos sees no hope of consensus with main opposition

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Greeks flee to Cyprus to avoid tax

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According to the chairman of the Greek Federation of Commerce and Entrepreneurship Vasilis Korkides 10,000 company and personal tax registrations have been transferred from Greece to Cyprus over the last couple of years.

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Greece’s Two Currencies

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By Yanis Varoufakis, Project Syndicate

Imagine a depositor in the US state of Arizona being permitted to withdraw only small amounts of cash weekly and facing restrictions on how much money he or she could wire to a bank account in California. Such capital controls, if they ever came about, would spell the end of the dollar as a single currency, because such constraints are utterly incompatible with a monetary union.

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Greek government may implement more austerity measures

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By CCTV

Greece almost went bankrupt in the year of 2015. The migrant crisis is merely the latest problem for the Eurozone’s most vulnerable economy.

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