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There is something fishy about Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis' economic course, F. William Engdahl deems, dubbing the politician a "Trojan Horse" inside the Syriza party.
Wolfgang Schauble added that although the Greek debt crisis could potentially lead to a collapse of the country’s banking system, the European financial institutions are protected against the negative consequences.
As Greece prepares to vote on a bailout package that is technically no longer there, the Marxist clown who is its finance minister does his bit for diplomacy. BBC: Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has accused Athens’ creditors...Show More Summary
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By Lefteris Karagiannopoulos and Matt Robinson ATHENS, July 4 (Reuters) - Greece's finance minister accused creditors of trying to "terrorize" Greeks into accepting austerity, warning Europe stood to lose as much as Athens if the country...Show More Summary
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says there's as much at stake for the rest of Europe as for Greece itself should they fail to reach an acceptable bailout deal.
Europe will lose a trillion euros if it allows Greece to go under, the country's finance minister said, accusing creditors of 'terrorising' Greeks. ||| Athens - Europe will lose a trillion euros if it allows Greece to go under, the country's...Show More Summary
Europe will lose a trillion euros if it allows Greece to go under, the country's finance minister said on Saturday, accusing creditors of 'terrorizing' Greeks into accepting austerity in a referendum on bailout terms. After a week in...Show More Summary
Greek Finance Minister referred to the actions of Athens' international lenders as "terrorism".
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis accused Athens' creditors of "terrorism" – the day before the nation votes in the bailout referendum. Varoufakis said in Spain's El Mundo newspaper that "what they're doing with Greece has a name -- terrorism. Show More Summary
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has dismissed media reports of planned "haircuts" of bank deposits.
Greece’s Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis says he’d rather cut off his arm than accept a new deal with the IMF. The problem with this kind of stance seems to indicate that Greece would rather sink into total and complete economic collapse than work with creditors on a deal to keep the country afloat. Show More Summary
Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir claims that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras tries to trick voters into believing that Athens will strengthen its negotiating position if the country rejects creditors' bailout terms at the upcoming referendum.
Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says the European governments with whom he is negotiating have offered him a deal he is willing to sign, according to an interview on Channel 4. There is a condition, however. Greece must first vote "no" in the referendum on accepting Europe's bailout conditions, on Sunday. Show More Summary
Finance Minister says 'very decent proposals' have been made this week from European leaders.
Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has vowed to resign if Greece votes 'Yes' to the bailout plan proposed by its international creditors in Sunday's snap referendum. Speaking to Bloomberg TV in Athens, Varoufakis said he would...Show More Summary
It’s worth reading Irish state broadcaster RTE’s full story on their astonishing interview with the Greek finance minister.
Greece Roundup A "yes" vote in favor of servitude has now reached a slight majority according to some Greece referendum polls. How accurate the polls are is an issue. Yanis Varoufakis, Greece’s finance minister, said he would resign if Greeks voted Yes in Sunday’s referendum on the country’s bailout. Show More Summary
Finance minister says a third bailout would be tougher than previous programs, regardless of referendum result.