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...

Eleftherotypia Back On The Stands

Seventeen months after Eleftherotypia closed because it was not  able to pay hundreds of journalists, the noted newspaper was set to begin publishing again...

Crete Eyes Arab, Israeli Markets

On the heels of a report showing a sharp rise in the exports of its products, Crete is targeting Arabic countries for further market...

Dallara Says Greece To Return to Markets

Institute of International Finance (IIF) Managing Director Charles Dallara, who was the negotiator for private investors when a previous Greek government imposed 74 percent...

Cretan Exports Show Sharp Rise

The Exporters Association of Crete said there was a 14.62% increase in exports in the first 10 months of 2012, bringing in 323,538,357 euros...

Samaras Sets Qatar Investment Trip

As Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras readies a rescheduled visit to Qatar to woo investment for his cash-strapped country, his hosts are already showing...

IEK Xyni Owners Face Forgery Charges

Public prosecutor Popi Papandreou has charged the owner of vocational training institutes IEK Xyni, Sofoklis Xynis, his spouse Athina and his daughter Katerina, with...

Turkish TV Shows Greeks Bad Guys

Greeks in Turkey who hold citizenship there are complaining that characters on Turkish TV shows are depicting the Greek minority as criminals, collaborators, traitors...

Study Shows Greek Jobless Will Hit 28%

With Greek unemployment already at a record of 26 percent, a study by the auditing company Ernst & Young showed it could reach 28...

BBC Asks Why No Mosque in Athens?

In a report, the BBC highlighted that Athens is the only European Union capital without a mosque and explored the tensions surrounding the quest...

Greek Banks Bad Loans Hit $62 Billion

Whacked by big losses from government-imposed debt write-downs on investors that means they will need a recapitalization of some 50 billion euros ($66 billion)...

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