By Nicholas PaphitisGreece and its bailout creditors remain divided over how to toughen foreclosure laws, a European Union official said Monday, though the overall talks on getting the country the next batch of loans are on track.
Valdis Dombrovskis (photo), a European Commission vice-president [ ... ]
By Shabana Mahmood*
What am I doing here? I asked myself that question a lot during the three days that I spent on the Greek island of Lesvos last week, working with a group of Birmingham based volunteers to provide aid and assistance to refugees as they land on the shores of Europe.
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By Kalyeena Makortoff (photo)*
Rich countries should prepare for levels of mass migration like those hitting Europe, but it could be the key to global economic growth, a report by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund says.
Inequality will continue to drive migrants toward developing [ ... ]
By Dr. John Hulsman
I have always thought there should be a special circle of hell reserved for those who cause major crises, but who then, through some sort of fluke, walk between the raindrops, suffering no ill personal effects as they bequeath the mess to posterity. If there is any justice, [ ... ]
by Phil Budden*
The debt-troubled nation has a chance to turn its economy around by creating a business-friendly climate for start-ups.
Whether Greece stays in the Eurozone and accepts its bitter medicine or is one day forced to exit the single currency, the country’s future is usually regarded [ ... ]
by Matthew Kanitschnig*
The issue comes to a head as Athens faces an evaluation of its reforms.Germany is pushing for the gradual introduction of debt relief for Greece and is resisting pressure to grant Athens an array of restructuring measures at once, according to officials close to the deliberations.
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