No Turkish Commercial in Greek Museum

A Turkish firm hoping to get permission from Greece's Central Archaeological Council to shoot a shampoo commercial in Athens' Numismatic Museum has been denied,...

TT Bank Split Gets The OK

Greece's more than century-old Hellenic Postbank faces a big change - over the protest of its workers - after the newspaper Kathimerini reported that...

Qatar Gives Up on Hellenikon Bid

Just as Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is readying a trip to Qatar as part of a wider plan to attract foreign investors, Qatar...

Greece Still Low in Economic Freedom

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ hopes of growing the country out of its crushing economic crisis by attracting more investment took a hit when...

Greek Shops Desperate for Customers

After yet another disappointing Christmas sales season as Greeks had holiday bonuses decimated by austerity measures that have made many people keep their wallets...

Turkish Tour Operators Visit Trikala

Representatives from some of the biggest Turkish tour operators visited the city of Trikala to discuss the prospects of establishing a prosperous cooperation that...

Bank of Cyprus Cuts 300 Greek Staff

The Bank of Cyprus (BoC), the island’s biggest lender, said losses incurred by its holding in Greek bonds that were devalued 74 percent last...

Greece Asks EU Help To Catch Tax Cheats

Conceding that Greece can’t deal with tax cheats alone, the government is going to bring in tax experts and analysts from other European countries...

Juncker Blasts “Unpatriotic” Greeks With Money Abroad

Eurozone chief Jean-Claude Juncker has castigated wealthy Greeks and those who hide their income in secret bank deposits outside the country and being unfaithful...

Bombs Set Off at Greek Journalist’s Homes

Greek police are seeking suspects who authorities said set off a string of homemade bomb devices outside the homes of a number of journalists...

Court Cuts Jobless Mother’s Debt 90%

With many Greeks unable to pay their debts because of an avalanche of pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions, the number of loans...

Despite Crisis, 50% of Greeks Want Own Business

While more than 68,000 businesses have closed since Greece's crushing economic crisis and austerity measures began in 2010, one of two Greeks still wants...

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