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Poll favourite Kyriakos Mitsotakis seeks to boost economy with reforms
Concept of sovereign insurance avoids burden of debt mutualisation and austerity regimes
Vassilios Psaltis first chief executive not related to the founding Costopoulos family
Rising yields put fresh debt-raising on hold until 2019 as investor appetite wobbles
Proposal for five big Greek lenders to shift tax credits to a vehicle that will buy bad loans
First large-scale union action since Athens exited rescue programme in August
Central bank looks into unusual transactions under ‘golden visa’ scheme
Nationalists at odds with Syriza over new name for Balkan country
But the eurozone should not follow the old playbook this time around
‘Every dig is existential. Excavation is simultaneously an act of destruction and revelation’
Adopting name Republic of North Macedonia following Greek deal would unblock path to EU and Nato
Germany and France got as much risk sharing as their banks needed.
A recurrence of the bloc’s debt crisis is still unlikely
Country’s largest lender by assets Piraeus Bank worst hit with more than 20% fall
President says ‘silent majority’ opposed the proposed name
Less than 40% of the electorate voted in a referendum on the move
Announcement will have ramifications for aspiring debt issuers including Greece
Is the Greek right?
In a polarised Greece, classical writers are being weaponised by the right and left
US defence secretary backs deal that opens way for Skopje to join Nato and EU
Thousands to be moved from Greek island camps to make space in case of mass arrivals
Greek PM opposes pension cuts agreed as condition for winding up €86bn bailout