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Greece emerges from bailouts, but Greeks remain skeptical

by Stephen Beard Aug 14, 2018
The country's economy is improving, but many still bear the scars of the crisis.
In this photo illustration, a one euro coin stands on a map of Greece showing the city of Athens.
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Puerto Rico debt plan calls for austerity, public spending cuts

by Andy Uhler Mar 14, 2017
On Monday, Puerto Rico's financial oversight board approved a new debt plan.
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Prior to G7 summit, finance leaders meet to discuss a stagnant Japan

by Lewis Wallace May 20, 2016
Central bankers and finance ministers debate currency and stimulus in advance of next week’s summit.
Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso (top, second right) speaks as he leads the first session of the G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Meeting in northern Japan on Friday.
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Spain election latest evidence of anti-austerity anger

by Kimberly Adams Dec 21, 2015
Divisive results dealt a blow to the party that oversaw Spain's economic recovery.

This might hurt a bit: The downside of Ukraine's IMF loan

by Stan Alcorn Feb 12, 2015
A $17.5 billion IMF package for Ukraine comes with challenging conditions.

Will Greek voters make a great leap?

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jan 23, 2015
Polls suggest that elections this Sunday could bring to power a hard-left party called Syriza

The state of job training around the world: What job training?

by Chris Farrell Jul 18, 2013
Five years after the Great Recession, industrialized countries are still down about 16 million jobs. And many of those without work are in need of a skills upgrade.

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A grim innovation from Greece: The slow-motion layoff

by Chris Morris Jul 17, 2013
The Greek parliament votes today on whether to send as many as 25,000 government workers into a so-called 'labor reserve.'
BBC World Service

Is anti-austerity fever cooling off in Greece?

by Mark Lowen May 1, 2013
Protestors in Greece are rallying against austerity. The gathering comes just days after the country's government voted to allow 15,000 public employee layoffs.
European Debt Crisis

Greece keeps cutting while France looks for growth

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 29, 2013
Two European countries have come out with very different ways to tackle their economic problems.