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Greek banks reopen, Merkel urges swift bailout talks; Hollande pays tribute to Delors, calls for euro 'vanguard'; LIVE: Towards...

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20-Jul-2015
 

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Greek banks reopen, Merkel urges swift bailout talks

Greeks queued outside banks Monday (20 July) as they reopened three weeks after closing, the first sign of a return to normal after a deal to start talks on a new package of bailout reforms.

Hollande pays tribute to Delors, calls for euro ‘vanguard’

France favours a "stronger organisation" behind the euro led by "a vanguard of countries", President François Hollande said in an interview in which he pays respect to former Commission President Jacques Delors, who turns 90 today.

LIVE: Towards a new bailout deal for Greece

Eurozone leaders reached an agreement on a third bailout to save Greece from bankruptcy on Monday (13 July). But a final deal is “still weeks ahead”. EurActiv reports, in real time.

Czech bankers fear EU bail-in rules' impact

New EU rules that will force losses on big depositors and bondholders over the heads of national regulators could pose a systemic risk to European banks, Czech bankers have warned. EurActiv Czech Republic reports.

German MPs back Greece bailout

German lawmakers gave Chancellor Angela Merkel the green light Friday (17 July) to resume talks on a new EU-IMF bailout deal for Greece, after she passionately argued it was the last chance to prevent "chaos" in the crisis-hit country.

Juncker praises Cyprus, urges reunification

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker praised Cyprus yesterday (16 July) for its budding economic recovery after harsh bailout terms saved the eurozone member from meltdown, and urged re-unification of the divided island.

UK makes the biggest contribution to the Juncker Plan

The UK may be a Eurosceptic country, but it has made the biggest contribution to the flagship project of the Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker – the €315 billion Investment Plan for Europe designed to stimulate the EU's post-crisis economy.

Refugees face harsh plight in Greece

Global attention has focused on Greece's brush with financial collapse over the past few weeks. But meanwhile, one of the other great crises facing Europe has continued out of the spotlight, with a steady stream of migrants arriving in Athens.

EU releases funds for Greece

Europe moved to reinstate funding for Greece's stricken economy yesterday (16 July) after the parliament in Athens approved a new bailout programme in a fractious vote that left the government without a majority.

French Socialist leader teaches Germans a history lesson

Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, the head of France's ruling Socialists and a close ally of President François Hollande, issued an open letter to the German people today (16 July) urging them to re-think their place in Europe.

France accepts Greek deal, calls for eurozone government

The French National Assembly was the first national parliament to vote on the Greek debt deal on Wednesday 15 June. MPs accepted the agreement by 412 votes to 69. EurActiv France reports .

Greek debt ‘reprofiling’ on the cards

The European Commission published its assessment of Greece's bailout request on Wednesday (15 July), saying it ruled out a “write-down” on Athen's debt, but could consider a “reprofiling” with extended payment periods.

UK wins EU concessions over Greece

European Union officials defused a row with London on Wednesday (15 July), in which efforts to keep Greece in the eurozone risked fuelling demands in Britain to quit the EU altogether.

Greek parliament approves bailout

Greece's parliament passed sweeping austerity measures demanded by lenders to open talks on a new bailout package early Thursday (16 July), but dozens of hardliners in the ruling Syriza party deserted Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

Dombrovskis: EFSM is 'best possible' solution for Greece

The European Financial Stability Mechanism (EFSM) is the best means to provide short-term financing for Greece, Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis said on Wednesday (15 July), putting him on a collision course with Britain, which refuses to contribute to the new Greek rescue programme.

Poorer EU nations get carbon money for backing 40% emissions cut

Poorer EU countries will be given profits from the sale of carbon emissions allowances to modernise their energy infrastructure, in return for backing a binding 40% greenhouse gas reduction target last October.

Tsipras clashes with Syriza's drachma supporters

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attacked radical members of his own party who oppose the deal for a third bailout, making it clear that a return to the drachma is not in the cards. EurActiv Greece reports.

Scandinavians back Britain's rejection of Greek bridge financing

The Danish and Swedish finance ministers backed their British counterpart, George Osborne, on Tuesday (14 July), saying an EU emergency fund should not be used for Greece's bridge financing.

Commission mulls relaxing VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings

EXCLUSIVE / The European Commission is considering whether to relax VAT rules for energy efficiency in buildings, after EU judges ruled a British lower rate for materials such as insulation and solar panels illegal.

Leaked IMF report says Greece needs much more help

Greece will need far bigger debt relief than eurozone partners have been prepared to envisage so far due to the devastation of its economy and banks in the last two weeks, a confidential study by the International Monetary Fund seen by Reuters shows.

Spain fears loss of influence in EU

After Jeroen Dijsselbloem defeated Luis de Guindos to lead the Eurogroup on Monday (12 July), Spain is confronted by its lowest level of representation in the institutions since it first joined the European Union in 1986. EurActiv Spain reports.

Britain resists contributing to new Greek bailout

British Finance Minister George Osborne will seek to block any move by the European Union to include British money in a new bailout programme for Greece, according to press reports on Tuesday (14 July).

Dijsselbloem: From virtual unknown to 'Mr Euro'

Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, re-elected on Monday (13 July) to a second term as Eurogroup chairman, has in two years risen from virtual obscurity to a respected and unflappable dealmaker who helped guide Europe through the worst hours of the Greek debt crisis.

Tsipras faces Syriza revolt

Greece's leftwing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces a showdown with rebels in his own party on Tuesday (14 July), furious at his capitulation to German demands for one of the most sweeping austerity packages ever demanded of a eurozone government.


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