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Updated reform list still not enough to unlock aid
Greek officials and euro-area technical experts yesterday discussed an updated list of reform proposals but were unable to reach an agreement that would pave the way for Greece ending its liquidity shortage by receiving at least part of the 7.2 billion euros remaining in bailout funding.
» NEWS
Government considers ministry switch after Parliament protest
The government is considering putting the Citizens’ Protection Ministry under the auspices of the Justice Ministry in a bid to boo...
Updated reform list still not enough to unlock aid
Greek officials and euro-area technical experts yesterday discussed an updated list of reform proposals but were unable to reach a...
» BUSINESS
ECB raises ELA limit by 700 mln euros
Greek banks received a cash lifeline of just 700 million euros from the European Central Bank on Wednesday as this is the estimate...
Attica office market sees no end to crisis-linked drop in demand
No more than 45,000 square meters of office space has been absorbed by the Attica market through new leases in the last couple of ...
» COMMENT
Going his own way
While up until the last election we had become accustomed to referring to the coalition government led by Antonis Samaras as one f...
» LIFE
For its reopening exhibit, Municipal Gallery focuses on history of the capital
The reopening of the Athens Municipal Gallery on Koumoundourou Square, one of the city center’s more neglected corners, was one of...
» SPORTS
AEK could get a wild card to the Euroleague
AEK shows capable of climbing as high as third in the Basket League, as its 16-point home win over third-placed Aris on Sunday con...
» COMMUNITY
Narrow escape from Norman Atlantic fails to dampen one Austrian´s support for Greece
Erwin Schrumpf, from Austria, was one of the last passengers to be rescued from the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that went up ...
OPINION
Going his own way
By Alexis Papachelas
Time to get moving
By Nikos Konstandaras
Tsipras needs rupture with far-left, not Brussels
By Hugo Dixon
Amateur antics or overstepping the mark?
By Pantelis Boukalas
Let's change the subject
By Maria Katsounaki
Some more equal than others
By Takis Theodoropoulos
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