Fears have been growing that major economies could get into a bidding war, depressing currencies to boost exports. But the G20 meeting has promised to avoid that.
'Wait and see' is the EU finance ministers' motto following the change of government in Greece. Debt cut? Not an option, says German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble. DW’s Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Newly elected anti-austerity party Syriza wants some of Greece's debt forgiven. No way, say the eurozone's finance leaders.
Faced with "low and uneven growth" across the global economy, the IMF has urged governments to start spending again to buoy growth. It comes as reform efforts are stalling, and austerity seems to have run its course.
Athens is on collision course with Europe, and much quicker than Brussels was expecting. Now the EU has to develop counter strategies before Greece's chaos drags all of Europe with it, says Barbara Wesel.
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