Europe

Greece needs to initiate reforms: Obama

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US President adds Washington is open to flexible policies to help European recovery.

Greece, Brussels to hold talks on weekend

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Technical discussions on Athens' reform plans to resume on Saturday.

What Australian manufacturers can learn from Germany

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Australia's manufacturing industry needs to worry less about the unions and more about connecting to new markets.

France unveils $12.5bn savings plan

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'Stability program' statement to EU pledges budget deficit below 3 per cent in 2017.

Greek talks nowhere near resolution: EU

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EU official plays down expectations of major advances at April 24 meeting.

A Greccident still waiting to happen

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While the Greek government's approval rating has risen at home, international investors and governments are preparing for the worst.

Greece won't sign just to get bailout: Varoufakis

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Finance Minister says Athens not willing to set deal 'just to get next loan tranche'.

Greece repays IMF loan

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Athens meets April deadline for €460 million repayment, as cash reserves dwindle.

Greece says Germany owes it nearly $400bn

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Minister says figure includes war reparations, forced loan taken by occupying forces.

Blair slams Cameron's EU referendum plan

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Former prime minister says vote on EU membership would be a risky distraction.

EU stresses single voice in trade talks

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Comments come as Greece's Tsipras prepares to meet with Putin in Moscow.

The UK mood is shifting against austerity

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In the lead-up to the election, the Conservatives and Labour want to reduce the UK's deficit to zero, but their opponents are riding on a wave of anti-austerity sentiment.

Greece is Putin's pawn in a plot to divide the EU

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We're now starting to see the political and security implications of Europe's economic crisis.

Russia to join China-led bank

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Shuvalov says Russia will sign up to the Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

Households are keeping the UK recovery on track

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Household spending and jobs growth are underpinning the UK's recovery, but a number of challenges remain.

The EU's maddening wrong turn

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The European Union was designed with equality at its core but the current two-tier system has some countries wondering how it all went so wrong.

Capital controls would be 'last resort' for Greece: Noyer

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ECB policy maker says Athens needs a clear path of reforms to restore competitiveness.

Greece promises speedy reforms

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PM vows to submit list of reforms within days to unlock much-needed financial aid.

EU offers Greece a $2.8bn lifeline

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Jean-Claude Juncker urges Greece to take EU development funds amid 'humanitarian crisis'.

Early Greek payments possible: Merkel

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Bailout funds may be paid early if full list of Greek reforms approved, German chancellor says.

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