The polarisation that many expect to be a key feature of Greek politics in the build-up to the next elections is becoming more evident as SYRIZA and New Democracy trade accusations over scandals.
The Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) has released a study examining how the crisis has impacted Greece’s education and labour market.
As Greece stands on the cusp of exiting the third, and final, of its painful bailouts, there is a discussion about the terms under which it is exiting and how they compare to the conditions that were on offer the last time the country was close to the MoU finishing line, about four years ago.
The latest chapter in Turkey's history began on July 9 when Recep Tayyip Erdogan was sworn in for another term as president of Turkey while launching a new political system that grants greater power to its leader.
International Monetary Fund officials are due to meet on July 27 to discuss the Article IV review regarding Greece and the latest debt sustainability analysis (DSA) put together by the Washington-based organisation, which is being keenly anticipated by investors as Athens prepares for another possible bond issue.
The Hellenic Statistical Authority’s (ELSTAT) 2017 Income and Living Conditions survey has shed light on the economic conditions experienced by Greeks in the reference year 2016, including material deprivation, income inequality and risk of poverty.
The recent Council summit of the EU was termed a make-or-break moment by some of its participants. Numerous media representatives gathered in Brussels reported that the raison d’être of the EU was at risk. Most financial analysts predicted a stormy reaction in bond markets if a compromise could not be reached.