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The Greek government is putting forth a new bill that will allow non-EU citizens to acquire Greek citizenship if they spend at least 250,000...

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The annual TBEX Europe conference kicks off today in Athens. Running through October 25, the event will feature over 800 travel bloggers from around the...

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Speaking at a conference of the Greek Institute of Internal Auditions on "Internal control in the middle of developments," National Bank of Greece (NBG)...

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"There is not a single one of our graduates who is out looking for a job," says a professor of Computer Science at Aristoteleio...

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The Australian Business Insider published a list of the Top 25 hotels in Europe, based on critiques and awards received from well-established travel websites,...

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Greek farmers have decided to launch mobilizations on November 1, with their participation in a protest rally called by the PAME labor union in downtown Athens'...

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The website of the General Secretary of Public Revenues is packed with properties belonging to known businessmen who have outstanding debts to the Greek...

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Jumbo, a leading Greek toy retail company, operating 53 stores in Greece and 14 stores in Cyprus, Bulgaria and Romania, has announced that its turnover for...

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Bloomberg News Agency reported today that Alpha Bank will soon announce the agreement for the sale of Athens's Hilton Hotel, currently the property of...

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Despite the dire economic conditions prevailing in the country, some Greek companies were able to withstand the crisis and maintain or even increase their...

Greece will launch free nationwide wifi in 2014

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The Greek Ministry of Infrastructure estimates that the first 4,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots will be ready in mid 2015. The wi-fi hotspots will be initially...

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Bank of Greece (BoG) Governor Yannis Stournaras and European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi have come to an agreement to provide Greek banks...