Turkey Wants Partition Of Cyprus

With Cyprus in an economic crisis that analysts said could last for years, Turkey said it's ready to negotiate a two-state solution on the...

Greek State Minister to Bring Back Amendment to Shut Down TV Stations

Greek State Minister Nikos Pappas said he will bring back to parliament his amendment that existing television stations will shut down five days after...

Bloomberg: ‘Greeks Depart On Odyssey For Jobs’

The relocation of human capital has "bleeding" dimensions for Greece, a country that is steadily losing its "creme de la creme", journalists Flavia Krause-Jackson and Jordan...

Greece Attracted only 13 Foreign Direct Ιnvestments in 2016

Greece attracted 13 foreign direct investments (FDI) in 2016, ranking very low in the European Union, according to the annual European Attractiveness Survey. Foreign investments...

One of Greece’s Oldest Plants is Shutting Down

One of Greece’s oldest factories; formerly known as Pitsos and founded in 1865, is shutting down. Renamed BSH Hellas; after the acquisition by German Bosch-Siemens...

Greece Will OK Gold Mine Project

Greece will soon give approval for the go-ahead of a gold mine project that has split residents in the region of northern Greece where...

Retail Sales Hit Record Lows Across the Board

Across the board retail sales are registering new record lows in Greece according to the latest data released by the retail commerce sector. According to the...

BoG: State Generating More Debt Than it Is Repaying

The Bank of Greece (BoG) recently released data showing that the amount of state debt that Greece generates is mounting to figures that it...

While Anastasiades Fiddled, Money Fled Cyprus

Delays and indecision by newly-elected Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades' government allowed a huge outflow of cash from the island's banks even though they were...

Athens’ Real-Estate 70 Percent off Fair Market Value

  Old apartments in Athens are sold at lower prices than their fair market value. In fact, they are sold even 70 percent lower than...

Greek Finance Ministry Announces Capital Controls Amendments

On Monday, the Greek Finance Ministry announced new modifications to the capital controls that have been imposed in Greece since June 28, 2015. While the...

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...

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