Germany's finance minister said Wednesday he did not expect Athens to stray from its economic plan to tackle the country's huge debts despite a change of finance minister.
France 24: June 12, 2014
Greece sought Sunday to calm fears of further austerity, after Germany's finance minister raised the prospect of a third rescue package for the struggling nation.
AFP: June 2, 2014
Greece’s Finance Ministry has insisted that the country is fully funded until the summer of 2015 in the wake of comments by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble that a new loan package of less than 10 billion euros would be needed.
eKathimerini: June 2, 2014
Greece may need additional, limited, help, probably under 10 billion euros, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was reported as saying in an interview for Focus weekly magazine that will hit the German newsstands on Monday.
June 1, 2014
A Greek eurozone exit was in the cards in 2012 according to former US Treasury Timothy F. Geithner.
eKathimerini: May 14, 2014
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble Sunday defended Europe's handling of Greece's debt crisis, saying there was no easier way to rescue the debt-laden country from crisis.
GlobalPost: April 6, 2014
Greek bond yields hit new four-year lows on Wednesday as investors grow more confident that Athens is on a path of gradual recovery from its debt crisis, which culminated in a default two years ago.
Reuters: April 2, 2014
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has blocked a bid by her powerful finance minister to offer fresh aid to Greece ahead of European elections in May, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Sunday.
AFP: February 17, 2014
Europe will not turn its back on Greece and the assumption of the rotating EU presidency offers Athens a great opportunity, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said Monday.
Business Recorder: December 30, 2013
Throwing arbitary figures around undermines the prospect for a much-needed debate about the future of the eurozone
Guardian: September 5, 2013