German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has told a Greek newspaper he believes austerity measures in the crisis-hit country are working, despite growing hardship and high unemployment.
FOX News: March 26, 2013
Europe’s crisis-torn nations are paving an escape route to recovery.
Bloomberg: March 21, 2013
FIVE years into the Great Depression, one out of five workers in the United States was unemployed. The economy was nearly 20 percent smaller in 1934 than it had been at the peak, in 1929. The Greeks can only wish they had it so good.
New York Times: March 15, 2013
Fears grew Thursday that the bailout program for Greece might hit a roadblock, after talks between representatives of international lenders and Greek government officials stalled.
CBC.ca: March 15, 2013
Arriving for a European Council meeting in Brussels on Thursday, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras stressed that Greece is struggling with historically unprecedented rates of unemployment
March 15, 2013
European leaders are gathered in Brussels for another summit, facing new concerns that their austerity policies are adding to the continent's unemployment problem and weakening the chances for an economic recovery.
March 14, 2013
Greece's jobless rate fell in December for the first time since a crippling recession began five years ago, helped by a bailout deal that propped up companies' willingness to hire in the short-term.
Reuters: March 7, 2013
Inflation fell in the euro zone in February and joblessness rose to an all-time high, highlighting the impact of the bloc's debt crisis.
Reuters: March 2, 2013
The brutal recession that drove Greece to the brink of social breakdown and threatened to push Athens out of the euro zone is finally coming to an end, but the recovery will not ease a crippling jobless rate any time soon, the Finance Minister says.
Globe and Mail: March 1, 2013
Official data Friday painted a far from encouraging picture of the European economy, with unemployment running at record highs in the eurozone while inflation fell sharply, highlighting the weakness of consumer demand.
AFP: March 1, 2013