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The slight decline of bank deposits last month, despite the strong tourism season, and the upcoming shift of all general government entities’ cash to...

Greece’s budget surplus last year was lower than initially estimated and its debt higher, revised data by the EU statistics office showed on Monday. Eurostat...

Figures released by the Greek Finance Ministry on Monday showed a fiscal gap widening by around 2.4 billion euros after the government paid out...

Greece can proceed with the implementation of the bailout program with or without the participation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), says Greek Finance...

Greece is dangling the lure of a jackpot prize to coax people into paying their taxes, hoping to curb endemic tax evasion. From the end...

The third review of Greece’s third bailout could hit a snag after the International Monetary Fund’s forecast Thursday that the country’s primary surplus in...

Greece’s bailout program will proceed as planned, eurozone financial leaders said Monday, shrugging off concerns that the new German government may harden its stance...

Foreclosures, which have been practically frozen for the last eight years, represent the credit system’s Achilles’ heel. The impact from the paralysis of the...

The leader of Germany’s Free Democrats (FDP), Christian Lindner, seen as a likely successor at the finance ministry if his pro-business party enters a...

Greece's privatization agency TAIPED has appointed executive director Lila Tsitsogiannopoulou as its new chair, it said on Friday. Tsitsogiannopoulou will take over from Chief Executive Antonios...