Commission's Costello: Greece will need more structural reforms for many years after end of bailout
The EU Commission's chief auditor for the ongoing Greek bailout more-or-less again "grounded" highly optimistic forecasts in the post-memorandum period, something that the Tsipras government is trying to cultivate in the recession-battered country.
Fourth review of Greek bailout to include all the thorny issues left for last
With the third review of the ongoing Greek bailout more-or-less achieved effortlessly and on time, attention will soon turn to the fourth and final review in the spring, as the current memorandum and the attached multi-billion-euro credit line extended by creditors ends in August 2018.
ND spox: Munitions manufactured in Greece by firm owned by Greek weapons dealer wound up with ISIS
Main opposition New Democracy (ND) party on Monday charged that munitions produced by a plant run by a shadowy Athens-based businessman, at the center of an abandoned defense contract involving Saudi Arabia, wound up with the ISIS terrorists.