Greek reforms unlock more bailout cash - Robots providing elder care in Japan
From now on Greece will manage without an EU safety net. After eight years of aid, the financially troubled country appears to be on the road to recovery. Yannis Papadimitriou reports.
After eight years of frozen salaries, sailors on Greece's ferries have called a 24-hour strike. The stoppage comes at the end of the busy summer holiday season.
Debt relief measures for Greece, agreed by the EU in June, have been estimated to cost €34 billion, a German daily reports. The package gave Athens a 15-year deferral in loan repayments and interest.
Forced auctions of properties are seen as essential to restore Greece's banking system. But protests have stalled the process. Online auctions could solve the problem, as Pavlos Zafiropoulos reports from Athens.
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