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The European Commission will revise down its growth forecast for Greece this year to around 2 percent from a previous 2.7 percent, an EU...

Leading European officials hope the deadlock preventing Greece from getting much-needed bailout cash will be broken next month. Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who chairs meetings of the...

Greece's economy will only grow by up to 1.5 percent this year, the leading IOBE think tank said on Wednesday as it trimmed its...

Eurozone finance ministers will not sign off on a review of Greece’s bailout at a meeting on Thursday, but they hope to do so...

Greece and its lenders were due to resume talks on Monday with the aim of achieving a so-called Staff Level Agreement that could be...

A high-ranking EU official told Kathimerini on Wednesday that the only way Athens will complete the review of its bailout and unlock a tranche...

Greece's top priorities in the immediate term are shoring up capital levels in the country's banks and launching discussions with lenders on debt relief,...

Eurozone governments, Greece's biggest creditors, are ready to cap the country's debt servicing costs at 15 percent of GDP annually over the long-term as...

Greece's jobless rate rose to 25.2 percent in June from 25 percent in the previous month, statistics agency ELSTAT said on Thursday. The reading in...