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# Greek economy

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Greece forced to sack 15,500 public workers to keep EU funds
Transport, texts and telecommuting: The week in numbers
Greek buy-back deal would wipe €20 billion off national debt
Ireland's cost of borrowing falls to lowest since April 2010
Greece asks creditors to sell their bonds back to the government
Greek parliament begins debate on latest €13.5bn austerity package
Junior partners in Greek government set to veto latest Troika demands
EU report says Irish homes hit second-hardest by economic slump
European leaders begin week of crucial meetings on Greece's future
Greek leaders agree on €11.5 billion of new cuts
IMF refuses to deny reports that it may cut Greek funding
Spanish auction sees cost of short-term loans rocket... again
This is what happens to Greece if it leaves the euro
Pro-bailout party retains narrow lead in Greek opinion polls
Radical Left coalition to meet Socialists in last bid to form Greek government
Radical Left coalition to begin attempts at forming Greek coalition
Juncker hails "unique opportunity" as Greece gets new bailout funds
Success for Greece as huge majority of investors agree to bond swap
Prime numbers: The week in stats
Doubts remain over approval of Greece's second bailout
Greece’s budget deficit for 2012 is already €1bn bigger than expected
Greece may face full default after talks with bondholders falter
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
Greece: If we can't finalise second bailout, we'll have to leave the euro
Recessions, downgrades and Super Mario - 2011: the year in money
Belgium, Spain and bailout fund perform better in bond auctions
Student study: Ireland could write off 85 per cent of its European debt
EU leaders approve banking bailout plan, while Greek talks continue
Italian government - and Eurozone - on the brink over debt deal
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Greece to be hooked on bailouts for a decade, says Troika report
Greece secures €8bn bailout loans - with a slap on the wrist
Trichet's last ECB meeting not likely to see cuts to rate
Greece's €8bn lifeline put on hold - but ministers still rule out default
Ministers scramble to Luxembourg as Greece admits it will miss bailout targets
European markets open down following Germany's bailout vote
Greek government secures €2bn property tax ahead of EU-IMF showdown