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During INSOL Europe’s AGM at the Annual Congress in Istanbul (October 2014), Catherine Ottaway (INSOL Europe’s President at the time) announced the decision to create a new forum focused on insolvency…

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Germany turned the screws on Greece again yesterday, as officials insisted Athens has still not provided a satisfactory programme of economic reforms to its single currency partners. The Greek government remains engaged in last-ditch talks with its creditors as the cash-strapped country moves closer to the April 20 date when… Good morning! It is jobs week in the US, and ahead of Monday's open here is what you need to know. Greece's reform list still has not been submitted.  Contrary to reports out Friday, a list of Greek reforms has not been completed . Greece's 240 billion euro lifeline has been granted by the country's creditors but not yet given to Greece, as the government must still prove it is working toward strengthening its balance sheet. Greece's three-year yield is up 38 basis points at 20.59%. Greece's credit... Athens (AFP) - Cash-strapped Greece wrangled Monday with its creditors over a new package of reforms needed to unlock vital bailout funds as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras prepared to face grilling in parliament on the negotiations. Experts from the IMF and the EU are scrutinising a list of proposed reforms that Athens says would raise an extra three billion euros ($3.3 billion) for government coffers without resorting to wage and pension cuts. But European sources accused Athens of holding up progress in... There's still no sign of Greece's reform list.  Greece and its international creditors continued talks through the weekend on reforms to unlock loans and Athens sounded an upbeat tone, but the lenders said it could take several more days before a proper list of measures was ready . Reports on Friday had suggested it was already completed. German inflation is coming.  Germany's harmonised consumer prices are expected to have risen 0.1% year-on-year in March, with details announced at midday GMT (7 a.m.... Greece sounded an upbeat tone yesterday over talks with its European and IMF creditors, which it said continued through the weekend as the cash-strapped country races to agree on reforms that will unlock more aid. Russia will not negotiate delaying repayment over its $3 billion (£2 billion) loan to Ukraine that is due in December. Failure to agree on a restructuring of the debt could result in the Ukrainian government being unable to meet the conditions of its latest bailout package agreed with the International Monetary Fund. The agreement requires Ukraine to restructure at least $5.2 billion worth of its debt in 2015. As AFP reported this morning , IMF spokesman William Murray told the press that "if  I'm not... Athens (AFP) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in remarks published Sunday he hoped key talks with international creditors would yield a "happy ending" in the standoff over the country's crippling debt crisis. Athens is set to present a list of economic reform proposals to international creditors this week in a bid to unblock a new 7.2 billion euro ($7.8 billion) tranche of EU-IMF loans and avoid a debt default. "I am confident there will be a happy ending soon to this first phase of the... Greece has told creditors it expects to raise at least $545 million from the privatization of the Piraeus port, according to Greek officials. (Adds progress of talks in paragraph 8) By Costas Pitas ATHENS, March 28 (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Saturday that he sought no rift with Europe after his cash-strapped country submitted a list of reforms to its lenders in a bid to secure much-needed funds. Tsipras's leftist government agreed an extension to its 240-million euro bailout funding in February, albeit with aid frozen, and now must agree on a set of reforms which it sent to its EU-IMF creditors on Friday in order...
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