The failure of Greece's lenders to reach a deal at Monday's Eurogroup has sparked doubts about whether Athens will be offered any restructuring plan at this stage of the negotiations.
The budget primary surplus was 928 million euros above target on strong underspend, the Finance Ministry’s (MoF) final budget execution bulletin showed.
“Great progress,” “very close” and “an agreement in a few weeks” were a few of the perennial quotes trotted out again by officials after failing to agree over Greek debt relief.
Monday’s Eurogroup ended without an agreement on debt relief for Greece, with a possible decision being put back to the next gathering of eurozone finance ministers on June 15.
Greece's travel receipts fell at a faster pace in March by 7.8 percent compared to February, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Tuesday.
A Pew Research Centre survey looking into the religious beliefs of Eastern Europeans has painted a detailed picture of the role and influence the Greek Orthodox Church has in the Greeks’ lives and belief systems.
It’s been a while since Greece’s media and political parties paid any attention to Golden Dawn. That changed recently.