Greek Debt Talks Resume Amid Bickering
Talks to resolve the Greek debt crisis were to continue on Thursday, amid ongoing disagreements among private creditors, the European Central Bank and other parties about which degree of losses might be considered acceptable and who might have to be included in those losses.
Finland to Greece: No Collateral, No Bailout
Finland’s Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said Wednesday Helsinki may opt out of its share of a second rescue package for Greece if it is denied collateral on the money.
Germany May Back Bailout Cut if Ireland Raises Corporate Tax
Michael Meister, the deputy parliamentary leader of the Christian Democrat party in Germany, said Friday that if Ireland would raise its corporate tax, Berlin might support a renegotiation of the cost of Dublin’s bailout package.