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MADRID (Reuters) - Spain has written to European institutions asking for an overhaul of the region's common economic policy to better integrate member states, El Pais wrote on Wednesday, quoting an eight-page document written by the Prime Minister's office.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's national debt, which amounts to RM596.8bil as of March this year, is still at a moderate level and under control.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta rejected calls for his resignation on Friday after prosecutors named him in a criminal investigation into forgery, money-laundering, conflict of interest and tax evasion.
ACCRA (Reuters) - Authorities in Ghana cleared wreckage on Friday and braced for more rains, a day after flooding and an explosion at a packed gas station killed 150 people in the capital.
LONDON (Reuters) - A debt restructuring deal for Ukraine seemed far off on Friday, after its finance ministry and creditors accused each other of a lack of engagement in talks and Kiev dismissed the offer from bondholders as unacceptable.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's said on Monday the outcome of Turkey's general election had no immediate impact on its BB+ sovereign credit ratings on the country.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has presented new proposals to fellow euro zone finance ministers meeting in Luxembourg, a Greek government official said on Thursday, without giving any details.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Greece has only "a matter of days" to reach a deal with its international creditors, European Central Bank governing council member Christian Noyer said on Monday, adding that a Greek exit from the euro zone would not cause a problem for the currency bloc.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek counter-proposals to the country's international creditors on a cash-for-reforms deal will focus on budget issues and Athens hopes an agreement can be sealed by June 18, a government official said on Friday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Disbelief gave way to anger and resignation in Greece on Friday as the prospect of a new round of austerity cuts sank in and any long-term deal to end uncertainty over the country's debts remained elusive.