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Lives and livelihoods destroyed as conflagrations rage across southern Mediterranean
Delayed for seven years, Hellinikon real estate project seen as critical for country’s post-pandemic recovery
Worries about the return of Covid restrictions deter staff and threaten economic recovery
Investors head in to riskier European debt confident that eurozone’s central bank has no plans to taper support
Brussels to scrutinise Athens’ rebuilding plan in wake of financial crises and pandemic
Industry battles for survival as slow vaccine rollout threatens to delay reopening
Robust demand highlights brightening fortunes for once-embattled eurozone borrower
€2.5bn deal marks one of Athens’ first major defence purchases since financial crisis
Athens taps market after 10-year borrowing costs hit record lows last month
Prime minister says his country has ‘matured a lot’ since debt crisis and will set its own agenda
Country is a rare coronavirus success story but faces huge financial hit without tourism
Country’s borrowing costs hit record low as economic recovery takes hold
How is Greece’s prime minister tackling the county’s entrenched economic problems?
The new government has set confident growth targets, but they depend on high levels of foreign investment
How the crisis of 2008 continued to reverberate through the following decade
Scheme will remove up to €30bn of non-performing loans from banks’ balance sheets
Shipowners and entrepreneurs courted with incentives in Athens’ effort to revive economy
Even Greece now issues negative yielding debt as number of countries paid to borrow grows
Investors now see Athens as a safer eurozone bet than Italy
Yield-hungry investors have snapped up debt from former euro area crisis spots
A harrowingly detailed tale of incompetence and intransigence in the Greek debt crisis
Vestager approves plan to allow Athens to guarantee a slice of non-performing loan sales
Milestone comes alongside new record-low borrowing costs for Portugal
‘Adults in the Room’ is a rare attempt to make artistic sense of the financial crisis
The reforms made during its crisis failed to address competitiveness issues