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06:04 06:22 | 0 | Emg.rs
The new programme includes an extra effort by the official sector. A new EU-IMF programme of up to 100 billion will be put in place by the end of the year.It also includes a voluntary contribution by private creditors who had lent to Greece. It was agreed by them tonight and amounts
06:25 | 0 | Emg.rs
06:27 | 0 | Athensnews.gr/Reuters
Private owners of Greek bonds will accept a 50 percent writedown on their investment, enabling both a 100 billion euro cut in the country's sovereign debts and allowing a new programme of aid of 100 billion euros, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday.
06:33 | 0 | tribtoday.com/AP
Private investors agreed Thursday morning to accept losses of 50 percent on their Greek bonds, a European Union official said, removing the last apparent roadblock to a broad plan to solve the continent's debt crisis.
12:51 | 0 | Emg.rs
The government of Albania (GoA) approved today the decision on providing financial assistance to three countries hit by natural disasters.
12:53 | 0 | Fena
Representatives of ten Swedish companies and a large number of representatives of BiH companies and government institutions gathered in Sarajevo today at the "Day of the Swedish trade in BiH.
12:56 | 0 | Croatian Times
The draft law that would prevent anyone but the Croatian state to hold more than 49 per cent of shares in oil company Ina is not in accordance with European Union (EU) regulations, the European Commission (EC) has said.
19:11 | 0 | AMNA
A statement from his office said the prime minister would first hold a meeting with President Karolos Papoulias at 4.30pm, which will be followed by a cabinet meeting.
19:50 | 0 | ΑΜΝΑ
According to information, the talks will focus on economic crisis and the outcome of Wednesday's EU Summit, the Cyprus issue and Turkish provocations, as well as the situation in the Middle East.