How Italian Companies Profit from Exports of Greek Olive Oil

The export of the world renowned Greek olive oil is one example of how the country’s productive potential is wasted. According to a report in...
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Exclusive: IMF’s Christine Lagarde May Possibly Visit Athens (video)

Christine Lagarde may soon be visiting Athens in order to discuss the future position of the IMF in Greece’s bailout program, with the Greek...

Eldorado Gold Miners Descent to Athens Demanding Government Issue Permits

Workers from the Eldorado Gold mines in Chalkidiki, northern Greece, have announced that they will travel to Athens again, to demand that the government...

Trade and Investment Dominate as Greece-China Committee Meets in Athens

The Greece-China Committee met for the first time since November 2012, and discussed trade initiatives and investments at the 12th Joint Inter ministerial Greece-China...

Eldorado Gold Issues Thursday Deadline to Greece for Skouries Mine

Eldorado Gold is ready to suspend the investment in Skouries, if the Greek government does not provide the necessary permits by Thursday. On Monday September...

Mitsotakis Focuses on Investments in Thessaloniki Press Conference

Private investments will be the key driver of economic growth, main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Sunday in his annual press...

ECB Official: Putting Off Reforms Could Complicate Bailout Review

The Greek government should not put off agreed bailout reforms or it could “complicate” an upcoming bailout review by its foreign creditors, a European...

New Democracy Leader Mitsotakis Lays Down his Economic Plan in Thessaloniki

Greek opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis laid out a wide-ranging reform package during a nationally televised address on Saturday, with pledges of lowering taxes, a...

Greece Among 10 EU Countries to Ask for Internet Companies Taxation

Greece is among ten countries which have signed a statement calling on the European Commission to examine the feasibility of the so-called equalisation tax,...

Tsakalotos: Greece Likely not to Need Precautionary Credit Line After Program Ends

Greece and its creditors believe that the country will not need a precautionary credit line after its aid program is completed in August 2018,...

Tsipras, Italian PM, Express Reservations Over Juncker FinMin Plan

In a joint news conference, Alexis Tsipras and his Italian counterpart Paolo Gentiloni expressed their respective reservations about EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's call...

Eurogroup: Persecution of Former Statistics Chief Could ‘Damage Reputation’ of Greece

European Finance ministers expressed their concern about the continued Greek Justice's persecution of Former ELSTAT chief Andreas Georgiou. After the Eurogroup meeting, at Tallinn, Estonia,...

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