Eurozone won't release new money for Greece until reforms done

The eurozone will release the next tranche of loans for Greece as well as money for bank recapitalisation only after Athens implements agreed reforms, euro zone finance ministers said, noting a Greek pledge the conditions would be met this week.

International creditors back in Athens to review reforms
International creditors back in Athens to review reforms

Greece's international creditors held talks early Wednesday with Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos to review progress on reforms demanded from the debt-ridden government in exchange for bailout funds.

EU warns Greek reform list `not there yet`

The EU warned Monday that Greece and its creditors had yet to hammer out a new list of reforms despite talks lasting all weekend aimed at staving off bankruptcy and a euro exit.

Greek stocks soar as Athens delivers reforms list

Greek stocks surged Tuesday after Athens delivered to Brussels a list of proposed reforms aimed at obtaining an extension of its financial lifeline.

Greece creditors cautiously welcome reform plans

Greece edged closer to eurozone survival Tuesday as its international creditors and hold-out Germany looked ready to approve the reforms they had demanded of Athens in return for extending its bailout programme.

Greece pledges to respect privatisations, avoid budget dera

Greece has promised not to roll back any ongoing or completed privatisations and ensure that any state spending to address a "humanitarian crisis" does not hurt its budget, according to a document containing its reform plans seen by Reuters on Tuesday.

Greece readies reform plans to first sign of leftist unrest

Greece will present its economic reform plans on Monday to seal a euro zone financial lifeline, but the government drew criticism from a veteran leftist and ruling party member that the deal let voters down.

Economic powers warn Greece not to renege on reforms

Economic powerhouses Germany and China warned Greece on Thursday against reneging on reforms tied to its massive international bailout, as most European markets fell on fears Athens could default on its debt.

Greeks strike against more EU-IMF reforms

Greek unions held a 24-hour anti-austerity strike Wednesday, shutting down ferry services to the country`s world-famous islands, disrupting rail travel and closing pharmacies and several government offices.

Eurozone ministers agree to unlock new aid for Greece

Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to unlock billions of euros in fresh aid for Greece on condition it press ahead with urgently needed reforms.

IMF says Greece must move faster on reforms

The International Monetary Fund stepped up pressure on Greece on Wednesday, saying promised reforms were running behind schedule in most areas and the delays were stalling recovery to an economy now in its fourth year of recession.