Greek Government Arrears Repayment of 1.1 Billion Euros in July

According to figures released by the Bank of Greece (BoG) and the General Accounting Office on Thursday, the Greek government has deposited 1.1 billion...

Greek TV License Bidding to be Held on August 30

The special committee that will conduct the tender for the award of the TV licenses sent the notifications to the nine candidates. The tender...

Singular Logic Defends its Credibility Amidst TV License Tender Drama

The company tasked with developing the software system to conduct the government’s TV licensing tender, Singular Logic, defended its credibility on Wednesday, saying its...

Greek Lighthouses Open to Public on Sunday

Greece’s Navy is opening 30 lighthouses around the country to the public on Sunday (August 21) as part of the International Lighthouse and Lightship...

FT Dubs Mykonos the ‘French Riviera’ of Greece

  Mykonos, Greece's party island in the Cyclades, has been billed by the Financial Times as the most sought after and expensive pieces of land...

Greeks Owning Credit Cards are 60% Less than Before Economic Crisis

The poor creditworthiness of most Greek citizens puts on hold the finance ministry's plans to give incentives for the use of credit cards as...

Four Firms Apply for Red Loan Management License in Greece

Four companies have submitted applications to the Bank of Greece to obtain a license to manage nonperforming loans (NPLs) of households and small businesses,...

Greek Fruit and Vegetable Exports Increase in First Half of 2016

Fruit exports surged in the first half of 2016, increasing by 47.4% in volume and 25.7% in value as 787,444 tons were exported bringing...

Greek Authorities Freeze SKAI Media Owner’s Assets

Greek authorities on Wednesday proceeded with freezing the assets of businessman Yiannis Alafouzos, following tax audits that showed 50 million euros that were not...

Cosco Plans More Investments in Piraeus as It Gets Port Control

"We will continue the investments in Piraeus port" said Cosco's general director Wan Min on Wednesday at the opening of Athens Stock Exchange (ASE)...

CultureMin: Declaring Old Airport an Archaeological Site Doesn’t Affect Future Investments

Declaring the site of the former Athens airport at Hellinikon an archaeological site will not affect the investment in any way, Culture Minister Aristidis...

Greek Police Crack Down Credit Card Scam

Hellenic Police have arrested 24 people over a scam involving wireless credit card terminals registered abroad, used to dodge capital controls and transfer money...