The severity of Greece's recession eased slightly in the second quarter, according to the country's statistics body.
BBC: August 12, 2013
Recession in the Greek economy eased in the second quarter, official data showed on Monday but some circles are sceptical that the country can climb out of crisis without new help.
AFP: August 12, 2013
Greece's recession eased slightly in the second quarter but not nearly enough to boost tax revenues to levels the government needs to meet its bailout targets, figures showed on Monday.
Reuters: August 12, 2013
Recession continues in Greece as unemployment hits 27%, but flickering growth returns elsewhere in EU
Guardian: August 1, 2013
Data released last week showed Greece entered its sixth straight year of recession, but there is now cautious optimism about the economy's prospects although unemployment is still hitting record highs and consumers are squeezed by pay cuts and tax hikes.
AFP: May 19, 2013
Ratings agency Fitch upgraded Greece's credit rating, citing progress in cutting its budget deficit and the risk of a eurozone exit receding.
BBC: May 15, 2013
Official figures show France entered recession in the first quarter of the year after the economy shrank by 0.2%.
BBC: May 15, 2013
Recession in the crisis-hit eurozone will continue unabated for the rest of the year with unemployment remaining at record levels, the EU warned on Friday, though signs of recovery could emerge in 2014.
AFP: May 3, 2013
German imports fell sharply in February for the third time in the last four months and exports also declined, in a sign the euro zone's largest economy cannot be relied on to help lift the currency bloc out of recession.
Reuters: April 9, 2013
Greek consumer prices fell in March for the first time since 1968, declining by 0.2 percent on an annualised basis owing in large part to lower costs for telecommunications, according to official data released on Tuesday.
France 24: April 9, 2013