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The crisis lender is sensitive to charges it dictates socially and economically harsh reforms on countries availing themselves of its support.
Reuters – Qatar announced contracts worth about $23bn on Thursday to buy attack helicopters, guided missiles, tankers and other weapons from Boeing Co, Airbus and other arms makers as the Gulf state accelerates its military build-up. The world’s top liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter announced deals with about 20 global companies, including firms from the …
Abdel Hafez chooses Athens due to its great civilization and relationship with Egypt
Egypt and Greece seeking to enhance political and economic relations
Greek ambassador outlines how Greece’s EU Presidency could benefit Egypt
The Ionian Sea tragedy involved 27 migrants, whose nationalities are still unknown.
The three Mediterranean countries seek to strengthen ties and discuss regional issues
Evangelos Venizelos, who is also currently the deputy Prime Minister of Greece, was invited to visit Egypt on 5 September by Minister of Foreign Affairs Nabil Fahmy, announced a statement from the Egyptian foreign ministry spokesman Badr Abdelatty.
Merkel’s comments to Focus news weekly come a month before elections in Europe’s biggest economy and days after the woes of debt-mired Greece lurched onto the campaign trail.
Ambassadors criticise western media and governments, stress that Egypt is fighting terrorism
Ministry of Foreign Affairs has pledged to aid Egyptian expats in Greece
Minister of industry and foreign trade meets Greek ambassador to Egypt
Growing number of violent incidents aimed at immigrants in Greece prompts embassy warnings
Many flights were to be cancelled or rescheduled as traffic controllers held a three-hour work stoppage.
Egypt debt default, Algeria lifeline, green energy thinking
Asian markets rising, fears over Spanish and Greek debt returning to the fore
EU President: “Europe is on the way out of the crisis”
Nations complying with Iranian sanctions are granted waivers to aid them in diminishing imports from Iran
Germany’s Chancellor gives Greece eurozone hope, after talk with its prime minister
Anxiety looms over the Global Financial Market.
By Luigi Zingales CHICAGO: A Greek tragedy is typically composed of three acts. The first sets the scene. It is only with the second that the plot reaches its climax. For current-day Greece, the imposition of “voluntary” losses on the country’s private creditors represents just the end of the beginning. The real tragedy has still to …
By Daniel Gros BRUSSELS: The first de facto default of a country classified as “developed” has now taken place, with private international creditors “voluntarily” accepting a “haircut” of more than 50 percent on their claims on the Greek government. As a result, Greece now owes very little to private foreign creditors. Greece also agreed to even …