BERLIN Germany expects the International Monetary Fund to participate in Greece's bailout programme, a finance ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday, rejecting a newspaper report that Berlin was preparing for a deal without the global lender.
RITSONA, Greece Refugees stranded in Greece suffered sub-zero temperatures and heavy snowfall on Tuesday at camps not designed for winter weather and the government promised those on one island temporary warm accommodations aboard a navy ship.
ATHENS, Jan 2 A downturn in Greek manufacturing slowed in December as declines in output and new orders eased, but companies cut jobs for the first time in seven months as backlogs of work shrank, a survey showed on Monday.
ATHENS Greece is open to extending a contingency mechanism to ensure it will meet fiscal targets beyond 2018 to break a stalemate in talks with its euro zone lenders and the IMF over its second bailout review, its finance minister said on Saturday.
RIO DE JANEIRO A Rio de Janeiro policeman confessed to murdering Greece's ambassador to Brazil in what investigators on Friday called a "cowardly act" carried out at the direction of the diplomat's Brazilian wife with whom the officer was romantically involved. | Video
ATHENS/SOFIA National Bank of Greece agreed to sell a 99.1 percent stake in its Bulgarian unit United Bulgarian Bank (UBB) and its fully-owned leasing subsidiary Interlease EAD to Belgian bank KBC Group , National Bank said on Friday.
LONDON European Union voters in France, Germany, Italy and Greece think their countries are heading in the wrong direction but there is not yet any Europe-wide inclination to follow Britain towards exiting the bloc, according to a poll published on Thursday.
AMSTERDAM Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Saturday talks about initial Greek debt relief measures would be resumed after being frozen mid-month over Greece's decision to pay pensioners a Christmas bonus.
ATHENS Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday Athens wanted a speedy conclusion to a now-stalled review of bailout reforms, warning delays could hinder economic recovery after years of recession.
LONDON Royal Bank of Scotland is close to selling at least $600 million (£486 million) worth of shipping loans from its portfolio, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.