Greek Banks Make Some Progress in Tackling Bad Loans

Greek banks made progress in tackling bad loans in the first quarter, according to Bank of Greece data released on Tuesday. However, nonperforming corporate, housing...

Greeks Taking Over Lloyd’s List

The British newspaper Lloyd’s List has published its list of the top 100 most important entrepreneurs in the world of shipping. John Angelicoussis, head...

Greenpeace Greece Launches Crowdfunded Solar Campaign

Greenpeace activists from Greece, Italy and Spain spread a 600 square meter arrow banner today, reading "Oil is fueling Greek debt," pointing at a...

Greek Government Tries to Turn Society Against Journalists

Since the Q&A between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and ALPHA TV journalist Evangelia Tsikrika during his speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair, the Greek...

‘Norman Atlantic’ Victims May Have Been Attacked by Sharks

Shocking new press leaks regarding the "Norman Atlantic" naval tragedy that cost the lives of 11 people appeared in the Italian press on Monday. According to...

Changes in Credit Consolidation System

The government and Greek banks are considering a change of rules governing the operation of the Tiresias Credit Consolidation System, by introducing a more flexible system...

Greek Agriculture Water Use Way Over EU Average

The occasion of World Water Day on March 22 offers a timely opportunity to take stock of a potentially serious problem in Greece: unfettered water consumption. According...

UK-Based Greek Scientists Help Develop AI ‘Judge’ that Predicts European Court Rulings

A team of Greek scientists and legal experts based in the United Kingdom have helped to develop a groundbreaking artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that...

Greek Stocks End Lower on Third Day of Bourse Reopening

After the third day of reopening of the Athens Stock Exchange, bank shares took another dramatic dive reaching a cumulative 63.81 percent loss. The banking...

60,000 Small Businesses to Close

According to the interview of the president of the Athens Chamber of Handicrafts, Pavlos Ravanis, to the Austria Press Agency (APA) on April 25, 60,000...

TV Channels, Ad Agencies Write Joint Letter Against New State-Owned Ad Monopoly

The Greek government's plans for a new state-owned agency for selling television advertisements have been strongly opposed by broadcasters after it was unveiled, days...

Demis Roussos’ Greek Villa On Sale for 2M Euros

Just a few days after famous Greek singer Demis Roussos passed away, his luxurious house has already been put on sale. The famous singer’s two...

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