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2014/04/14 03:05
2014/04/14 03:05
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Now compare Breedlove Supreme with a grown-up diplomat, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who has called on NATO to please de-escalate the "unreasonable" warmongering rhetoric, which also...
2014/04/14 03:05
2014/04/14 03:05
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2014/04/07 12:27
2014/04/07 12:27
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France seeks to reassure Germany on deficits, reform BERLIN (Reuters) - France's new Socialist government sought on Monday to reassure Germany, its closest partner and the European Union's pivotal...
2014/04/06 15:19
2014/04/06 15:19
12d
PARIS (Reuters) - France's newly reshuffled Socialist government faces growing unrest from within its own party and from former coalition allies the Greens ahead of a confidence vote on Tuesday which...
2014/04/05 13:50
2014/04/05 13:50
13d
BERLIN: The top conservative candidate for European Commission president and the head of the German Bundesbank have come out against granting France more time to cut its deficit, warning such a move...
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2014/04/05 02:05
2014/04/05 02:05
14d
By the time you read this, Russia will have invaded Ukraine. Well, that's what the Supreme Allied Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, US Air Force General Philip Breedlove, is...
2014/04/03 14:34
2014/04/03 14:34
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PARIS (AP) France's new finance minister says he wants to renegotiate the speed at which the country cuts its budget deficit to limits set by the European Union. Michel Sapin told radio station...
2014/04/03 07:05
2014/04/03 07:05
15d
Lithuania and the euro: Misstep or logical next step? WELCOME?: Will euro adoption result in the price increases Lithuanians already fear? At the end of last year The Baltic Times launched a...
2014/04/03 03:51
2014/04/03 03:51
16d
An informal meeting of finance ministers from the eurozone on Tuesday (1 April) approved a payment of €8.3 billion as part of Greece's bail-out, after the ‘troika' of international lenders had found...
2014/04/02 16:34
2014/04/02 16:34
16d
Athens - The falling price of living in Athens presented the unmistakable spectre of deflation to European Central Bank President Mario Draghi during his visit to the Greek capital this week yet there...
2014/04/02 15:48
2014/04/02 15:48
16d
By John O'Donnell The falling price of living in Athens presented the unmistakable specter of deflation to European Central Bank President Mario Draghi during his visit to the Greek capital this week...
2014/04/02 06:35
2014/04/02 06:35
16d
Jonathan Cable and Adam Rose London and Beijing Major economies in Asia and Europe finished the first quarter on a weaker note, with key manufacturing surveys fuelling expectations that policymakers...
2014/04/02 00:50
2014/04/02 00:50
17d
Too early to tell if Greece needs new bailout, says Dijsselbloem Euro group president holds off decision as €8.3 billion given to Greece in interim Mario Draghi, president of the ECB, and Dutch...
2014/04/01 15:11
2014/04/01 15:11
17d
NATO chief says he "cannot confirm" withdrawal as ministers from alliance meet for the first time to discuss crisis. Diplomats said the ministers would consider options ranging from stepped-up...
2014/04/01 14:19
2014/04/01 14:19
17d
PARIS (Reuters) - As President Francois Hollande goes through the French mid-term ritual of sacking his government and appointing a new one, promising a dynamic "fresh start" after a local election...
2014/04/01 13:56
2014/04/01 13:56
17d
The eurozone unemployment rate dipped to 11.9 per cent in February, according to official data which also slightly revised the rates for recent months. There were about 18.96 million unemployed...
2014/04/01 12:34
2014/04/01 12:34
17d
The call to Paris came as French President Francois Hollande hinted that France would seek leniency from the EU Commission for overshooting its public deficit target, as he announced a change of...
2014/04/01 11:31
2014/04/01 11:31
17d
Italy, Spain yields near historical lows as ECB meeting looms By Emelia Sithole-Matarise LONDON (Reuters) - Italian and Spanish yields dipped back towards their lowest since 2005 on Tuesday as...
2014/04/01 10:26
2014/04/01 10:26
17d
Olli Rehn worried about low inflation Tuesday, April 01 11:09:26 Prolonged low euro zone inflation would make it harder to correct imbalances in the region, the EU's top economic official said...
2014/04/01 10:16
2014/04/01 10:16
17d
Global Markets Rise in Second-Quarter Opener World stocks got off to a solid start in the second quarter, as reassuring remarks by the head of the Federal Reserve and stronger-looking emerging...
2014/03/30 18:43
2014/03/30 18:43
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Pharmacists continue their strike and are set to decide on further action. Attica hospital staff hold a four-hour work stoppage from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Forty-six listed companies are to issue their...
2014/04/14 03:05
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