Greece is having to make cuts and reforms to appease creditors, who are bailing out the debt ridden country for a third time, to the tune of 86 billion Euros.
A first-quarter estimate by statisticians has suggested the Greek economy has slipped backed into recession. The cash-strapped southern eurozone nation is facing fresh spending cuts - and more protests by workers.
Craft beer is becoming increasingly popular in the southern eurozone nation of Greece. But young brewers such as Nikos Roidos don't have it easy - and not just because of red tape and the ongoing crisis in the country.
Greece's parliament has passed pension cuts and other austerity measures in order to unlock another bailout. Protests against the latest austerity bill turned violent ahead of the vote in parliament.
The Greek government has started an auction of five-year sovereign bonds. The measure serves as a test run in preparation for the debt-ridden nation's return to capital markets. Major banks are handling the sale.
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