Greece's international lenders say the debt-ridden country is meeting their demands to improve its economy and is on track to get more bailout money in the coming weeks.
April 15, 2013
The troika of international creditors to Greece has said the country's economy will start growing again next year and it will be able to contain its debts.
BBC: April 15, 2013
About 4,000 civil servants will lose their jobs this year and from 10,000 to 11,000 next year, according to the agreement reached between the government and the troika.
eKathimerini: April 15, 2013
Greece and its troika of international creditors have reached agreement on its economic recovery efforts, opening the way for the disbursement of 8.8 billion euros ($11.5 billion) in bailout loans, officials said Monday.
AFP: April 15, 2013
Greece is on course to contain its debt and keep the level sustainable and should return to growth in 2014, its international creditors said on Monday, adding that the next disbursement of aid to the country should be approved soon.
Reuters: April 15, 2013
An inspection team of international lenders has finished its review of Greece's reform progress, paving the way for another 10 billion euros aid payment, a source with knowledge of the talks said on Saturday.
Reuters: April 13, 2013
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras attacked on Monday the coalition government, accusing it of negotiating feebly with the troika, and called for elections to be held.
eKathimerini: April 8, 2013
The economic advisor to Greece's anti-austerity party SYRIZA told CNBC that Greece's international lenders, the troika, were "blackmailing" his country and not helping it to exit recession.
Yahoo!7 News: April 8, 2013
Finance minister reportedly lashed out at mission chiefs from EU, ECB and IMF as pressure builds over next repayments
Guardian: April 7, 2013
The troika has reportedly accepted the hiring of 1,000 new civil servants to replace the departure of as many public sector employees who have broken the code of conduct, during talks with the Greek prime minister at his office in Athens on Sunday.
eKathimerini: April 7, 2013