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.
Greek Prime Minister Tsipras has said his country is no longer in danger of Grexiting - leaving the EU - and is seeing an inward investment boom. He said he is hopeful after nine years of recession, but questions remain.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, a seasoned stickler, is bidding farewell after eight years. Though anyone in the EU looking forward to a future of more debt may be cheering too soon, writes Bernd Riegert.
One of Greece's largest foreign investors, Eldorado Gold of Canada, has said it is going to scrap further investments at its mines in the country. It complained about government delays in issuing permits and licenses.
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.
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