Greece is planning to return to the bond market for the first time in three years. The move will enable the country to test its credibility on the markets before its bailout program comes to an end next year.
Eurozone finance ministers negotiated late into the night to bring an end to an eight-year bailout for Greece. Debt relief and a big cash payout will form part of a broad exit deal.
As lenders decide on Greece’s post-bailout future, some say it may not differ much from its bailout present: targets, compliance and disbursements. DW talked with Alexander Kritikos, an expert on Greek political-economy.
At a meeting in Sofia, eurozone finance ministers agreed that Athens was on track to exit from eight years of bailouts. But deep divisions persist over how to boost growth and make sure Athens implements reforms.
Greece will soon exit its international bailout, but does its economy offer fresh investors a level playing field? DW meets a Greek-German philanthropist trying to change things for the better.
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