Austerity is destroying the free part of the Greek economy, leaving government more dysfunctional than ever. Worse news: it will need yet another bailout...
RT.com: August 27, 2013
If threatened by Germany with exit from the euro, Greece should not blink, but instead do what's needed to save its economy
Guardian: August 27, 2013
Greece may seek to ease its debt burden by renegotiating its bailout terms, the Greek finance minister said on Monday.
BBC: August 26, 2013
The need for a new rescue program for Greece promises a drawn-out drama of late-night negotiations but is unlikely to trigger the sort of crisis that has threatened the breakup of the euro in the recent past.
CNBC: August 26, 2013
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned a Greek debt write-down could spark a "domino effect of uncertainty" and scare off investors in the eurozone, in an interview released Sunday.
AFP: August 25, 2013
Merkel rules out Greek haircut, leaves open aid option
Reuters: August 25, 2013
Greece may need a third bailout but would not accept new austerity measures, the Greek finance minister has said.
BBC: August 25, 2013
Jeroen Dijsselbloem's comments cast shadow over news that eurozone companies are reporting strong growth
Guardian: August 23, 2013
Germany's finance minister said in an interview published Friday that he expects a future aid package for Greece to be much smaller than the country's existing rescue deals.
ABC News: August 23, 2013
The euro zone is doing better, but its latest improvements are worryingly uneven. Germany remains far ahead. This unbalanced recovery could lead to more trouble.
Reuters Blogs: August 23, 2013