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22/03 Trump to announce trade sanctions against China for intellectual property theft
The US has accused Beijing of forcing US firms to share their intellectual property with Chinese state-owned companies. The decision is set to escalate global trade tensions.
22/03 Citi: Greece will not be able to achieve growth and surplus targets
Greece wll not be able to achieve its growth and surplus targets this year and the next, says Citigroup in its monthly Global Economic Outlook report. Citis projections lead to the conclusion that reduction of the tax-free threshold will be implemented one year earlier than initially agreed (as of 1.1.2019 instead of 2020).
20/03 Boris Johnson: Russias position in Skripal case is increasingly bizarre
In an exclusive interview with DWs Zhanna Nemtsova, UK Foreign Secretary Johnson says why London thinks Russia is responsible for the attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal. He spoke of "bitter" experiences with the Kremlin.
20/03 Brexit Diaries 31: See you later!
UK leaders are finding their European friends in a time of need. Meanwhile, there is white smoke in Brussels for the transition deal and a Brexit joke from France has fallen flat in London.This is a time when you really need your friends.
20/03 Weinstein Company files for bankruptcy protection with buyout offer
The scandal-hit movie and TV firm has coupled its move to seek bankruptcy protection.
20/03 French ex-president Sarkozy in custody over campaign funding
Police are questioning former French President Nicolas Sarkozy over irregularities in his 2007 election campaign funding.
20/03 BoG governor: Greece needs steep increase in private investments
Private investments must increase by 50% in the near future if Greeces production potential is to improve, Bank of Greece (BoG) governor Yannis Stournaras said. He also added that reforms and privatisations must continue, and investors must be reassured that fiscal and reform policy will not head in the wrong direction.
14/03 Alpha Bank signed binding agreement with B2Holding group
For the disposal of a Portfolio of Retail Unsecured Non-Performing Loans, of a total outstanding aggregate balance of Euro 3.7 billion and a total outstanding principal amount of Euro 2.0 billion as of 30.6.2017.
14/03 Intrasoft in new Bahrain deal
The company has been selected to provide Bahrains Social Insurance Organisation (SIO) with an integrated solution.
14/03 NBG Pangae: Acquisition of a commercial property in Ermou str., Athens
The acquisition price amounted to 5.7 mn.
14/03 IMF: Discussions on 2019 policies will start over the next months
"The IMF remains committed to the implementation of its programme policies and the settlement of Greek debt," a spokesman of the international financial institution said. According to an announcement, the IMF expects that "discussions on the financial perspectives and policies for 2019 will begin with the Greek government and European partners in the next few months, as agreed,"
09/03 Trump-Kim Jong Un meeting: How the world reacted
US President Donald Trump has said he will meet the North Korean leader by the end of May. South Korea said the meeting would put denuclearization "on track," while China warned things would "not be smooth sailing.
09/03 Pentagon denies claims about US Navy - ExxonMobil link, Says Anadolu
"There is no truth to the allegation that the U.S. 6th Fleet is in the Eastern Mediterranean to protect ExxonMobil," Johnny Michael, Spokesperson for United States European Command (EUCOM) said in a written statement sent to Anadolu Agency.
05/03 Turkey should implement international law, says FM Kotzias on arrest of Greek servicemen
Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Monday made a statement regarding the arrest of two Greek servicemen by Turkish authorities, during a joint press conference with his Cypriot counterpart Nicos Christodoulides after their meeting at the foreign ministry in Athens.
28/02 Greece further loosens capital controls
The Greek government on Wednesday announced a further loosening of capital controls in the country, with more significant changes including the lifting of restrictions in opening new bank accounts and raising the monthly withdrawal ceiling to 2,300 euros.
26/02 Greece will need a financial safety net, central banker says
After the end of the programme, Greece will have to secure the funds required to cover its financing needs by resorting to international financial markets on sustainable terms said central governor, Yiannis Stournaras, and he stressed that at the same time, a financial safety net will need to be put in place to assure that Greece is able to weather adverse developments that could temporarily drive borrowing costs up to unsustainable levels.
26/02 Weinstein Company expected to file for bankcruptcy
US media reports have said the search for a financial savior for The Weinstein Company has been unsuccessful.
22/02 Moodys upgrades Greeces rating to B3, maintains positive outlook
The positive conclusions that the Eurogroup announced following its meeting on 19 February signal a high likelihood that Greece will successfully complete the third review under its adjustment programme. This event prompted the publication of this credit rating action on a date that deviates from the previously scheduled release date, says Moodys.
21/02 Greece-FYROM name row edging towards solution, says Merkel
"I am very pleased and relieved that .. there is movement in the talks," Merkel told reporters at a joint news conference with the Prime Minister of FYROM Zoran Zaev.
21/02 Greece is on the radar of Japanese investors
Next year, Greece and Japan will be celebrating a relationship that started 120 years ago. Combined with the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo, this is a unique opportunity for Greece to promote itself in the country of the Rising Sun, according to Japanese Ambassador Yasuhiro Shimizu.
20/02 PM Tsipras discusses latest developments with German Chancellor Merkel
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday spoke on the phone with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. They discussed developments relating to the negotiations on the FYROM name issue, provocative Turkish activity in the Aegean, Turkeys relations with the European Union and its obstruction of exploratory drilling for fossil fuels in Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone.
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