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EIB said to have frozen funding
By Evgenia Tzortzi
The European Investment Bank is said to have frozen funding for small and medium-sized Greek enterprises (SMEs), citing developments in the negotiations between Greece and its creditors, conditions in the local banking sector and the downgrading of the country’s credit rating.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
Business sentiment in decline
Business sentiment and consumer confidence were in decline in March, according to a monthly survey conducted by the Foundation for...
Ministry headache over T-bills
The Finance Ministry is trying to find a solution to cover treasury bills to be issued next Wednesday, while the payment of the ne...
Lafazanis reaches preliminary energy package deal in Russia
Energy Minister Panayiotis Lafazanis told a press conference in Athens on Tuesday that his visit to Moscow this week has paved the...
Bank recap cash can’t be used for other purposes
The government’s plans to utilize unused funds from the banks’ recapitalization process to tackle the huge problem of bad loans ha...
EIB said to have frozen funding
The European Investment Bank is said to have frozen funding for small and medium-sized Greek enterprises (SMEs), citing developmen...
EU banks watchdog calls for fast solution on Greece
The head of Europe’s banking supervisory authority, Daniele Nouy, on Tuesday called for a rapid solution to Greece’s debt problems...
Greek telecom group Forthnet maintains 2014 revenues stable
Listed Greek telecom firm Forthnet on Tuesday announced it has maintained its 2014 group revenues stable (down 0.1 percent) from 2...
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Lafazanis reaches preliminary energy package deal in Russia
 
By Chryssa Liaggou
Energy Minister Panayiotis Lafazanis told a press conference in Athens on Tuesday that his visit to Moscow this week has paved the way for a package agreement between Greece and Russia in the energy sector.

Ministry headache over T-bills
 
By Sotiris Nikas
The Finance Ministry is trying to find a solution to cover treasury bills to be issued next Wednesday, while the payment of the next tranche to the International Monetary Fund the following day appears certain.
 
ANALYSIS
GREECE-EU
Rift talk may be self-fulfilling prophecy
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
The Greek government has submitted the long-awaited list of reforms to the lenders but the initial signs do not point to an agreement anytime soon that could open the spigots of liquidity to the cash strapped economy.
EXHIBITION
ARCHITECTURE
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
By Harry van Versendaal
Sofia-born artist Nikola Mihov has been documenting the fate of communist-era public monuments scattered around his homeland for the last few years, amassing a growing body of images and text.
COMMUNITY
NORMAN ATLANTIC
Survivor and Philhellene
By Lina Giannarou
Erwin Schrumpf, from Austria, was one of the last passengers to be rescued from the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that went up in flames on December 28 while traveling from Greece to Italy. He was going back home after running another aid mission to Greece.
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