Greece Comes 2nd in Taxing Businesses and Executives

Greece comes second among European Union countries in taxing companies and executives, according to the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) monthly report. The report says...

Greece to Legislate Fiscal Measures in Advance to Complete Bailout Program Review

The Greek government on Monday agreed to legislate new fiscal measures that will apply from 2019 and on in order for creditors' missions to...

Tension Peaks at Oraiokastro as Far-Right Group Protests Refugee Children at School

Tension reached a peak at an Oraiokastro primary school near Thessaloniki on Monday, when a group of far-rightists gathered to protest against the attendance...

Greek Education Ministry to Change Religion Lessons as of September

The Greek Ministry of Education has decided to change the lesson of Religion in the new school year, according to a Proto Thema website...

Group Dressed in Carnival Masks Throw Petrol Bombs at SYRIZA Offices in Athens

Petrol bombs were thrown at the SYRIZA party's offices in central Athens on Sunday, Reuters has reported. Police stated that a group of people dressed...

New Greece-Turkey Tension at Imia Islets

New tension was generated on Sunday between Greece and Turkey regarding the Imia islets in the Aegean, according to an ANT1 television report. The report...

Greece Goes to Eurogroup With Low Expectations

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is going to Monday's meeting of euro zone finance ministers hoping to get a date for the return of...

24-hour Strike on Monday Will Close Museums and Archaeological Sites Throughout Greece

Museums and archaeological sites throughout Greece will be closed on Monday due to a 24-hour warning strike declared by the Panhellenic Union of Employees...

Diplomatic Sources: Incident with Turkish Patrol Boat in Farmakonisi Violates International Law

The shots fired by a Turkish military patrol boat on Friday morning in the area around the island of Farmakonisi, in the eastern Aegean,...

Mytaras’ Funeral to be Held on Monday in Athens

The funeral of Greek painter and academic Dimitris Mytaras will be held at public expense by order of Interior Minister Panos Skourletis. The funeral...

Greek Business Federation Newsletter Describes Inventive Ways People Tax Evade

This week's Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) newsletter describes inventive ways Greek businesses and freelancers use to evade taxes and security contributions. The newsletter underlines...

Human Skeleton Discovered in Well, Close to Where Brit Tourist Vanished 12 Years Ago

Police have reported that a skeleton has been discovered at the bottom of a well in the resort town of Malia, Crete near the...

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