Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of the Greek New Democracy opposition party, says that the current government is "pretending to implement real reforms."
FRANKFURT, Sept 29- Britain will have no choice but to stick with European Union banking laws when it leaves the bloc to avoid blowing a "huge hole" in its regulatory system, a financial industry lobbyist said on Thursday. This would blow a huge hole in Britain's regulatory system, "Bishop, who sits on the executive committee of the Financial Services Negotiation...
Vietnam's new government is pushing for a privatization program and raising the foreign ownership limits for Vinamilk, says CIMB's Michael Kokalari.
The challenge will be how to manage the Myanmar enterprises that are connected to the military regime, says Macquarie University's Sean Turnell.
Italy's finance minister Pier Carlo Padoan talks about how best to implement financial and structural reforms.
Pierre Gattaz, president of MEDEF, weighs in on potential candidates for France's presidential election next year, and how they could play a part in France's "economical and cultural revolution."
Solvay CEO Jean-Pierre Clamadieu says he hopes France will elect a president with a clear mandate to reform the country's economy.
Brookings Institution's Eswar Prasad says Beijing needs to reform its state-owned enterprises, which are the root cause of Chinese banks' bad debt.
As his country's economy implodes around him, Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro has resorted to what may be a last-ditch effort to stay in power.
The case for merging the London and German stock exchanges has strengthened since the Brexit vote, a Bundesbank board member said on Wednesday.
While Portugal's victory at Euro 2016 was a cause for celebration, its economy is less of a success story according to Barclays.
An author explains his theory for “a common good economy” that rewards sustainable business practices, while penalizing wrongdoers.
Richard Cordray discussed his past five years as director of the CFPB and how he plans to spend his next five.
Russian finance minister Anton Siluanov explains which sectors of the economy need to be reformed, such as the state, health and education sectors.
Regulators are proposing a significant clampdown on payday lenders and other providers of high-interest loans.
Jyrki Katainen, vice president of the European Commission, says it is difficult to get members of the European Union to loosen their fiscal policies.
Emmanuel Martin, research fellow at IREF, explains why French trade unions have gone on strike and are protesting against labor reforms.
Marcel Fratzscher, president of DIW Berlin, says Germany's criticism of ECB monetary policy has become excessive and politicians must act.
The IMF's president, Christine Lagarde, says there has been some progress in getting Greece's economy back on its feet but more needs to be done.
Clemens Fuest, president of the Ifo Institute, says the real debate is whether or not monetary policy alone can fix Europe's economy.