Greece gets new finance minister but old guard dominates cabinet reshuffle

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Ending days of speculation, the new Greek cabinet was named on Monday, with Eurobank economist Gikas Hardouvelis being appointed Yannis Stournaras’s successor at the Finance Ministry.

Hardouvelis’s appointment was by far the most notable. There was no change at 10 of the 19 ministries and apart from the finance minister there were no notable new faces in the lineup. The cabinet consists mostly of established political figures, reflec...

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