Turkish Investors Eye Greek Ports For Crisis Bargains

With international lenders pushing Greece to speed privatizations, there's interest from one country at least: Turkey. Investors from Greece's neighbor are looking to gobble...

Germany Making Big Euros Off Greek, Eurozone Crisis

When Greece makes a $3.98 billion loan payment this month to the European Central Bank, one of its international lenders in bailouts, Germany -...

Mouskouri Asks Schaeuble to Show Patience With Greece

Renowned singer Nana Mouskouri  met with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in Berlin, not to talk about music, but the economic crisis besetting her...

More and More Greeks Eyeing Job Prospects in Germany

“Spaniards and Greeks burden Germany’s job market” was a headlined article in the German newspaper, Frankfurter Rundschau, saying nationals from the crisis-hit countries –...

The Independent Reports on Greek Olympic Mission Overspending Despite Crisis

While the UK is spending millions of pounds to organize the opening ceremony of the London Olympics 2012 and another 40,000 pounds because someone...

La Repubblica Reports: “Athens: A City for Sale”

According to the biggest and best-selling newspaper of Rome La Repubblica, Greece is for sale and not even the sale of the four Olympic...

German Railroads Seek To Fill Vacancies with Unemployed Greeks

The German railroads lack trained personnel, therefore, they are seeking to hire people mainly from southern European countries. According to Deutsche Welle, the German railroads...

Hatzimarkakis’ and Loter’s Proposal for a State-granted German Tourism in Greece

Mr. Hatzimarkakis, MPE of the Free Democrats Party (FDP), and the MP of the same party Ervin Loter have recently asked the German state...

Bank of France to Return Greece 754 million Euros

The Bank of France will hand over 754 million euros of interest collected on Greek government bonds it holds as part of agreements to...

Cyprus May Ask for Financial Aid from Both the EU and Russia, says Christofias

Cyprus' president Demetris Christofias is trying to collect money to improve his country's financial situation and avoid collapse. As expected, he has addressed the...