Greece and Cyprus Among Most Changed in Job Mobility in EU

A social mobility report by Eurofound, the EU Agency for the improvement of living and working conditions, shows that Greece, Cyprus, Finland and Poland...

Greece About to Lose the Greek Yogurt Battle

Greece is about to lose the exclusivity of making Greek yogurt for delaying to register the product as having Protected Designation of Origin status,...

Athens Seeks Geographical Protection for Greek Yogurt From EU

The Greek Ministry of Agriculture is hoping to persuade the European Union to introduce rules which forbid "Greek yogurt" being produced anywhere but in...

Kythira Island in “State of Emergency”, Firefighter hospitalized

The wildfire is ranging on Kythira for a third day and a "state of emergency" was declared on Saturday, after four settlements had to...

Eldorado Goldmine Arbitration to Start in August

Eldorado Gold will face Greek officials in an arbitration court later this month as the country's government sees the move as the preferred way...

The Oldest Oak Tree in Europe Is in a Northern Greek Town

With a trunk diameter of 2.25 m and a height of 23 meters, botanists say that the oak tree located just two kilometers from...

Signature Collection to Protect the Name ‘Kalamata Olives’

A collection of signatures to protect the name of origin of Kalamata olives is underway, as the designation of origin of the special Greek delicacy...

Eleven Wineries From Crete Travel to Düsseldorf’s ‘ProWein’ Exhibition

  Eleven wineries from Crete are participating in the biggest international wine exhibition held in Düsseldorf, “ProWein,” between March 19-21. The wineries that are participating are...

Wine Tourism to be Included in Greece’s Travel Packages

The Federation of Tourist and Travel Agencies in Greece, FedHATTA, and the National Interprofessional Organisation of Vine and Wine held an event for the...

Greek Minister Says Bailout Program Review Will Close Soon

The negotiation for the second review will conclude soon, said Digital Policy Minister Nikos Pappas on Wednesday, who is touring the region of Serres. Pappas...

No End in Sight for Growing Tension Between Farmers and Government Officials

A day following protests and confrontations with local police in Athens and hundreds of farmers from Crete, the farmers union on Crete has said that...

EU Agriculture Commissioner: Greece will get €19 Bln in 7 Years for Agriculture

Greece will get 19 billion euros in the next seven years for development in agriculture, while Greek traditional products will be protected, said European...

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