Germany's Minister of Finance, Wolfgang Schaeuble, hailed the Greek change in tone in bailout talks, but warned Europe he would closely monitor the pace of reforms in Athens. Few in Athens doubted he would.
"After truly arduous negotiations, they understand now in Greece that the country cannot get around real and far-reaching reforms," Schaeuble told the populist and powerful Bild am Sonntag tabloid. On Wednesday, the German Parliament is to approve the third Greek bailout rescue package. Th...
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