PM Tsipras Gets Clear Mandate as Greece Defies Eurogroup With A Landslide Win for...

Greece defies Eurogroup with an overwhelming NO, providing Prime minister Alexis Tsipras a clear mandate to reject the terms of the bailout.

EU Issues EFSF Statement to Add More Pressure on Greece Ahead of Referendum

The EU has issued the European Financial Stability Facility statement “reserving its rights to act upon Greece’s default” to add more pressure one day before Greeks vote in a referendum to accept or reject a bailout deal.

IMF report fully vindicates Greece

The International Monetary Fund has issued a preliminary draft debt sustainability analysis (DSA) of the Greek public debt which vindicates the country's request for restructure according to the spokesperson of the government.

Eurogroup approves revised list of Greek reforms

Agreement stresses intention to combat tax evasion and corruption and to address the humanitarian crisis.

Tsipras: Greece Needs Bridge Loan, Not Bailout – Full List of New Greek Govt...

Greece cannot service its huge debt and will seek a bridge loan rather than an extension of its bailout says Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras?. The following is the full list of the new Greek government policy.

New Greek Gov’t to Freeze Privatizations of State Assets, Halt Port Sale to China

The new Leftist Greek government is putting a freeze on the privatization of the country’s assets and will also put a stop to the sale of Piraeus Port to China, reversing the previous conservative government's liberalization and bailout program.

Tsipras, Putin agree to boost bilateral cooperation

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to boost bilateral ties between the two countries.

Greek FinMin to Eurogroup President: We Won’t Cooperate with the Troika

The starter pleasantries between President of Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem and the Greek Finance Minister, Giannis Varoufakis, were soon to be replaced by differing views in what is seen as the first clash of the newly elected SYRIZA-led government with the European partners.

Seven Billion Euros Transferred Outside of Greece Since Elections Announcement

Some seven billion euros have been transferred out of Greek banks since late December, when the Parliament failed to elect a new President of the Hellenic Republic and snap general elections were announced, according to banking sources.

Greece to buy 142 ships from China

May 19, 2013 (TSR) - Greek Shipping Minister Kostis Moussouroulis said on Saturday Greek shipowners have recently signed contracts to buy 142 new ships from Chinese shipbuilding companies. The orders,...