Roesler Backs Investment in Greece

Germany's economy minister backed calls to get German companies to invest in Greece to get the debt-drowned country's economy growing again. German Economics Minister Philipp...

Cabinet Approves Plans for Oil Exploration, Drilling

The Greek government approved Thursday plans for Crude Oil exploration and drilling in western Greece that could raise up to 25-B Euros in revenues...

Venizelos: Greece On Razor’s Edge

The agreement of July 21 either would be guaranteed as it is or we would seek something better Greek FinMin has reportedly said at...

Bild: What is the Salary of Greek Bankrupt Politicians?

German newspaper 'Bild' focuses on the salary of Greek politicians in an article published on the website of the newspaper. "The situation in Greece forces...

Riot Officer Arrested for Striking Photographer

ATHENS - A police officer captured on camera hitting a woman photographer  during an anti-austerity protest on Oct. 5 has been arrested and charged...

Changes in Sector-Wide and Labour Contracts

Labour & Social Insurance Minister George Koutroumanis announced the extension of business labour contracts in enterprises with a workforce of less than 50 employees....

German Economy Minister in Athens Today

German Economy Minister Philip Roessler is due to arrive in Athens today leading a large delegation of German businessmen for exploratory talks on possible...

Tax Revenue Increased By 22% In September

State revenues nearly reached the target in September, as tax revenue increased by 22%, mainly because of the special property tax, free-trade levy and...

Two Years in Power: Ten Things George Papandreou Has or Hasn’t Changed

From crushing ruling Conservatives party two years ago, Papandreou’s poll numbers have suffered a dramatic slump turning the Greek PM into a contemporary Diogenes of Sinope who instead of strolling around with a lamp looking for an honest man, he’s desperately looking for his voters- if there’s anyone left that is[...]

ΕRT Outrages With Champions League Broadcasting Offer

Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation’s (ERT) proposal of purchasing the coverage of UEFA Champions League for the period 2012-2015 over 18 or 24 million Euros has...

We Won’t Pay? Many Greeks Are

ATHENS – Despite rising public anger over a slew of new tax measures that have created new “We Won't Pay” movements to go along...

Troika Presses For Additional Measures

Troika requests additional measures of €2 billion, accelerating privatization program and critical structural reforms, in order to finalize a positive assessment of Greek program. Greek...

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