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Yet another provocative article turning against Greece was published today by German tabloid Bild, which intensified its anti-Greek campaign ahead of the four-month loan...

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Greek banks are considering offloading part of their shipping debt portfolios worth billions of dollars in a bid to shore up their capital, Reuters...

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The Greek banks' deposits outflow during last week -and before Friday's Eurogroup deal on the loan agreement four-month extension reached between the Eurozone's Finance Ministers...

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Greek shipowners ordered fewer new vessels in 2014 compared to 2013. Last year, 230 new vessels were ordered, significantly less than the 348 ordered...

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Infobank Hellastat has reported a significant growth in recent years in the domestic online market, mainly due to lower prices compared to conventional stores, and...

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We support the present Chinese investments in Greece, including COSCO's, and want to make a name for the port of Piraeus as a top...

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Greece ranked 91st in the annual Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index 2015, which is a step up compared to last year when...

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The fifth section of the Council of State on Wednesday rejected a joint appeal by 264 residents of Chalkidiki, in northern Greece, against a...

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OPAP gaming company anticipates net profits between 800 million and 1 billion euros per year from its VideoLottery Terminals (VLTs) once they start operating. The...

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Just one month remains before the submission deadline for this year’s HEA. Entrepreneurs with new business ideas can submit their applications via the HEA...

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The Azeri state energy company SOCAR said no to Greece on three requests made by new Greek Minister of Productive Reconstruction Panagiotis Lafazanis regarding...

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The "open" issue of Piraeus Port Authority's privatization as well as the wider Chinese interest to strengthen cooperation with Greece was mainly tabled during yesterday's...