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Leftist party says Portugal next target if Greece exits euroYahoo Finance UKLISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's debt will be the next target of speculators if European countries push Greece out of the euro with their demands for more austerity, the leader of Portugal's Left Bloc party said. Catarina Martins also predicted the ...and more »
Financial TimesGreek crisis opens Portuguese faultlinesFinancial TimesNo European leader has poured more scorn on the radical aspirations of the Syriza-led government in Athens than the prime minister of Portugal . Pedro Passos Coelho has dismissed Syriza's bid to rewrite the rules on debt repayment and bailout ...Prime Minister holds his line on GreeceThe Portugal Newsall 2 news articles »
KathimeriniPortugal spurns Tsipras call after bailout exitKathimeriniPortugal's 219 billion euros ($248 billion) of debt as a percentage of gross domestic product was the highest in the euro region after Greece in 2013, according to the European Commission. The country has cut primary spending by 11 billion euros since ...and more »
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Hurriyet Daily NewsTurkey cuts gold holdings for 2nd month, euro zone lifts - IMFYahoo Finance UKTurkey, which has the 12th biggest gold reserves globally, slashed its holdings by 14.227 tonnes to 514.893 tonnes last month, the IMF said. The euro zone, on the other hand, raised its gold holdings by 7.437 tonnes to 10,791.885 tonnes in January, the ...Turkey cuts gold holdings for 2nd month, eurozone lifts: IMFHurriyet Daily Newsall 17 news articles »
Turkey and the Euro-Atlantic communityBrookings Institution2014 was another year characterized by turbulence in Turkish relations with Europe and the United States. In Turkey's neighborhood, large swaths of Iraqi and Syrian territory fell under the control of the Islamic State group and Russia annexed Crimea.
Hurriyet Daily NewsEuro court fines Turkey for fining singer due to speech in concertHurriyet Daily NewsDuring this concert Yoslun took the floor and gave a speech that was critical of the Turkish government, stating in particular that modern Turkey was neither free, nor democratic. He also made comments in support of the Kurdish nationalist movements ...and more »
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