Emirates Set to Take First A380 to Athens

Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, will operate the first ever A380 scheduled service into Athens. Touching down at Athens International Airport...

Made-in-Greece Promotes Greek Products Abroad

Aiming to promote Greek products worldwide and help Greek companies and exporters expand their activities and economic range, made-ingreece.com has emerged as a new web...

Greek and Chinese Companies in Mediation

Mediation negotiations between Greek and Chinese companies by National Arbitration and Mediation Centre have started. According to a recent statement, mediators from the center...

“I Invest in Prostitution, Not in Switzerland”

The new sponsor of the amateur football team Voukefalas in Larissa made many supporters smile. The team’s football players wore pink jerseys with the...

Recession, Unpaid Bills Closing More Athens Hotels

Suffering under the weight of five years of recession and crushing austerity measures that have hurt domestic sales, more Athens hotels are set to...

IMF Blasts Greek Fuel Market Monopoly

As international lenders press Greece to break up near-monopolies in professions from druggists to lawyers, a lack of competition in the country’s fuel market...

Turkish Research Vessel Sails in Greek Waters

Turkey said one of its vessels will conduct oceanographic research within the Greek continental shelf of Kastelorizo, southeastern Mediterranean. According to an Ethnos daily...

Paastel Electric Trike Cuts Through Traffic Fast

With so many Greeks throwing up their hands in despair at a crushing economic crisis and harsh austerity measures, two young entrepreneurs, Padelis Zarkos...

Crete Wants Sultana Raisin to be Protected Product

Minister of Rural Development and Food, Athanasios Tsaftaris said that the Cretan Sultana raisin will be promoted to the European Union  product with designation...

Bulgarian Doctors, Pharmacists Make House Calls in Xanthi

Bulgarian doctors and pharmacists are offering home visits and medication to the residents of Greek villages located near the border, according to reports of...

Greek Crisis Cuts Deep Into Worker Recruiting

Greece's economic crisis is putting a crimp in recruiting workers, especially in an economy with nearly 24 percent unemployment, according to the Recruitment Confidence...

Crete Pitches Itself to Greek-Ukrainian Forum

A Greek-Ukrainian forum on Crete brought business leaders from both countries closer together and gave companies on the island a chance to pitch their...

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