The Greek government wants to conclude the second program review as soon as possible, hopefully even before Christmas, in order to achieve a staff-level agreement, Alternate Finance Minister Chouliarakis said on Tuesday, speaking in Brussels.
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  • 21:17   Sustained high primary surplus targets the 'downside' of the Eurogroup's decision, Mitsotakis says
  • 21:07   Tsakalotos presents in Brussels government's plan for utilizing public assets
  • 20:27   Clashes break out in Exarchia after protest march marking anniversary of student killing (ADDS)
  • 20:20   U.N.'s Eide briefs Kotzias on his Turkey meetings; discuss further steps for Cyprus talks
  • 20:14   Greek teens test poorly in OECD's PISA student assessment
  • 20:13   Syntagma and Panepistimio metro stations reopen
  • 19:51   Clashes break out in Exarchia after protest march marking anniversary of student killing
  • 19:41   Small tremor shakes Chalkida
  • 19:31   Anti-establishment protesters set fire to a car, set up roadblocks in Exarchia
  • 19:21   NATO must examine its role in the 21st century, FM Kotzias says
  • 18:58   Budget revenue surpassed targets by 2.44 bln in November
  • 18:54   ADEX closing report
  • 18:53   Greek stocks end flat
  • 18:48   Greek bond market closing report
  • 18:42   Main protest march for 2008 Grigoropoulos shooting begins in Athens
  • 18:29   Confidentiality of communications cannot be guaranteed, says comm's privacy regulator
  • 18:07   Navy honours patron saint, with President Pavlopoulos, defence minister attending
  • 17:44   Exhibition of Bolshoi Theatre costumes to open in Athens Concert Hall on Dec. 19
  • 17:35   Former ELSTAT chief acquitted for criminal breach of duty
  • 17:07   Students, leftist political parties march on anniversary of student killing in Thessaloniki
  • 16:49   Communist Party says will submit telephone privacy waiver request
  • 16:43   New twist in case of eight Turkish army officers after Greek justices agree to extradition
  • 16:33   Chouliarakis says government wants to close 2nd review as soon as possible; even before Christmas
  • 15:43   Minor earthquake shakes Preveza region in western Greece
  • 15:36   PM Tsipras to chair SYRIZA meeting on the negotiations with the institutions on Wednesday
  • 15:34   Student march for anniversary of Grigoropoulos murder ends in Athens (ADDS incidents)
  • 15:25   Student march for anniversary of Grigoropoulos murder ends in Athens
  • 14:32   Weather Forecast: Partly Cloudy
  • 14:21   Hellenic Petroleum wins hydrocarbon exploration contract in Kyparissia
  • 13:54   Greek ad market to fall further in 2016
  • 13:36   BAT Hellas sets up Job Center in Athens
  • 13:15   Thessaloniki's four traditional markets seek way out of the crisis
  • 13:12   Eurogroup decision on short-term measures is a decisive step to stabilize the economy, gov't spokesman says
  • 12:52   New funds worth 2.0 bln euros to be channeled to real economy in December
  • 12:15   Journalists to hold 24-hour strike on Wednesday
  • 12:06   2017 budget to be submitted to parliament plenary
  • 11:54   Debt relief is welcome but not enough, ND leader Mitsotakis says
  • 11:15   Athens Stock Exchange opening: Consolidation
  • 11:03   300 mln euro EU funds to be allocated in tourism
  • 10:41   FM Kotzias in Brussels for NATO summit
  • 10:24   Interior Min Skourletis: 2017 will be a growth year
  • 09:17   Athens Newspapers Headlines
  • 23:46   Regling says debt relief measures to lower it by 20 pct of GDP; Dijsselbloem says review may not finish in 2016
  • 23:24   Sapin: Second program review could finish before end of 2016
  • 23:19   Eurogroup’s decision will lower Greek debt by at least 45 bln euros, say gov’t sources
  • 23:04   Tsakalotos: Good development that short-term measures on debt will be implemented now
  • 20:40   Eurogroup's full statement on Greece
  • 20:36   Minoan Lines reports positive nine-month results
  • 20:34   Lux-Marlafekas says 2016 turnover to rise by 5.0 pct
  • 20:33   Telecoms firm OTE says no indication of wiretapping in its network
  • 20:29   ADEX closing report
  • 20:28   Greek bond market closing report
  • 20:27   Eurogroup approves ESM short-term measures for Greek debt
  • 20:23   Greek stocks end 1.03 pct higher
  • 20:20   Euripides Laskaridis' 'Relic' at Athens' BIOS for three nights in December
  • 20:03   Up close and personal with ancient Greek sites and texts through ‘ToposText’ app
  • 20:01   Greek physicist Asimina Arvanitakis awarded 'New Horizons in Physics' prize
  • 19:35   Prosecutor calls for charges against former management of 'Athina 9.84' municipal radio
  • 18:53   Turkish migrant trafficker sentenced to 63 years, 400,000 euros
  • 18:37   Work stoppages in public transport planned for Thursday
  • 18:21   DIMAR leader slams defence minister's 'nationalistic slide' with Kastelorizo visit
  • 18:15   Greek courts decline extradition request for three Turkish army officers fleeing failed coup
  • 18:07   Pavlopoulos congratulates Austria's newly elected President
  • 17:56   Seamen's federation announces third 48-hour strike; will join ADEDY, GSEE on Thursday
  • 17:47   Investments in tourism exceeded all expectations in 2015-2016, Tourism Minister says
  • 17:15   OASA condemns Sunday night attack on transport company's board chairman
  • 17:04   Mitsotakis, Steinmeier discuss economy, politics, Italian referendum and Cyprus
  • 17:02   GSEE planning 24-hour general strike and rally on December 8
  • 16:41   Austrian FinMin Schelling sees improvements in Greece but rules out debt reduction
  • 16:26   Seamen to continue strike after talks with minister break down
  • 15:55   Šefčovič discusses DESFA privatisation with Greek energy minister Stathakis in Brussels
  • 14:00   Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy on Tuesday
  • 12:51   Black Friday discounts and turnover moderate
  • 12:51   E-commerce growing steadily in Greece
  • 12:50   Ellaktor says turnover up 17.1 pct in Jan-Sept
  • 12:49   ELTECH Anemos profits up 35.1 pct
  • 12:37   Europe is at a difficult turning point, Tsipras says
  • 12:36   Greece must implement the reforms agreed, says German FinMin Schaeuble
  • 12:24   Tsipras: It is time for Europe to turn its attention to Greece with solidarity
  • 12:21   No agreement on Greek debt on Monday's eurogroup, says Dijsselbloem
  • 12:17   EU Commissioner Moscovici expects significant progress on all issues
  • 12:09   Greece must implement reforms, German FinMin Schaeuble says
  • 11:24   Athens Stock Exchange opening: Rise
  • 11:17   PM Tsipras meets with German FM Steinmeier
  • 11:00   Kotzias, Steinmeier call on Turkey to stop 'playing games with the Lausanne Treaty'
  • 09:58   Christmas at the Acropolis Museum
  • 09:58   Greek issue to dominate Eurogroup meeting
  • 09:08   Athens Newspapers Headlines
  • 20:12   MARLAB suvey on 'Black Friday' sales finds muted consumer response
  • 19:34   Return of collective negotiations in Greece essential, Dutch MEP Agnes Jongerius tells ANA
  • 19:06   Alternate Foreign Minister Katrougalos on visit to Belgrade
  • 18:47   HCDCP team to investigate surgery-related death, complications on Zakynthos
  • 18:35   Greece's cultural heritage is its 'real capital', Koniordou tells ANA radio
  • 17:55   EU Migration Commissioner meets UNSG-designate Antonio Guterres
  • 17:42   'Greece can help Europe find its path again," President Pavlopoulos tells ERT
  • 17:10   Steinmeier: All recent European crises have directly affected Greece
  • 16:24   Athens Newspaper Headlines
  • 15:54   Greece will not accept IMF demands for more measures, labour deregulation, government spox says

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