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BusinessToday.In
August 25, 2020
Anil Ambani bankruptcy: Anil Ambani's companies have faced a series of challenges and roadblocks. While some are said to have been brought on by executional shortcomings, some appear to be bad timing


BusinessToday.In
March 16, 2020
Coronavirus outbreak news: All ASI-protected monuments and central museums across India will be shut till March 31 in view of coronavirus outbreak


Niti Kiran
December 26, 2019
The NPAs in Indian banks started rising from 2012 but the asset quality of scheduled commercial banks turned around after a gap of seven years, during 2018/19, as recognition of bad loans neared completion


Reuters
Athens, August 11, 2015
Athens is negotiating with European Union institutions and the International Monetary Fund for up to 86 billion euros ($94 billion) in fresh loans.


Renee Maltezou and Lefteris Papadimas
Athens, July 23, 2015
The bill covers rules for dealing with failed banks and speeding up the justice system - two more conditions set by the euro zone and IMF to open negotiations on an 86 billion euros rescue loan.


Reuters
Athens, July 22, 2015
Tsipras is likely to need opposition votes again for measures parliament will vote on late on Wednesday on propping up failed banks and speeding up the justice system.


Lefteris Karagiannopoulos and George Georgiopoulos
Athens, July 17, 2015
The European Central Bank increased emergency funding for Greek lenders, although capital controls will have to remain in place to avoid a run on the banks when they reopen on Monday.


Paul Taylor and Renee Maltezou
Brussels/Athens, July 14, 2015
Just hours after a deal that saw Greece surrender much of its sovereignty, doubts were already emerging about whether Tsipras would be able to hold his government together.


Agencies
New Delhi, July 13, 2015
The Greece parliament will need to agree on the total package of reforms by Wednesday before talks begin on the country's financial rescue.


Agencies
Brussels, July 13, 2015
As of now 25 billion Euros will be used to recapitalise Greek Banks. A fund will also be setup to monetise assets in Greece.


Prosenjit Datta
July 13, 2015
Our cover story this issue looks at the players in distressed assets business and how the market is shaping up.


Renee Maltezou and Andreas Rinke
Brussels, July 13, 2015
Leftist PM Alexis Tsipras was told to push legislation through parliament to start negotiations on a third bailout programme estimated at up to 86 billion euros ($95.5 billion).


Paul Taylor and Robert-Jan Bartunek
Brussels, July 12, 2015
Greece has already had two bailouts worth 240 billion euros from euro zone countries and the IMF, but its economy has shrunk by a quarter since the crisis began with unemployment soaring above 25%


Andreas Rinke and Francesco Guarascio
Brussels, July 12, 2015
There were also strains among Greece's partners, with some readier than others to cut a deal.


Lionel Laurent
London, July 10, 2015
Stock markets across Europe and Asia rose more than 1 per cent, the euro gained and low-rated euro zone bond yields retreated.


Renee Maltezou and John O'Donnell
Athens/Frankfurt, July 10, 2015
In the latest proposals, Greece has asked for 53.5 billion euros ($59 billion) to help cover its debts until 2018.


Barbara Lewis and Alastair Macdonald
Strasbourg/Brussels, July 9, 2015
The prime minister promised to deliver detailed reform plans on Thursday and avoided the angry rhetoric that has alienated many European partners. He did however criticise attempts to \"terrorise\" Greeks into voting for \"never-ending austerity\".


Karolina Tagaris and Lefteris Papadimas
Athens, July 6, 2015
Officials from the Greek government, which had argued that a 'No' vote would strengthen its hand to secure a better deal from international creditors, immediately said they would try to restart talks with European partners.


Deepa Babington
Athens, July 5, 2015
Greece has begun voting in a high-stakes referendum called by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras which would eventually determine whether the country will stay in eurozone or leave it after seven years of economic pain. 


IANS
Washington, July 2, 2015
Greece is the first advanced nation to default on an obligation to the International Monetary Fund in the more than seven decades the Washington-based institution has been in existence.


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