Sudden Closure of Historic Katselis Factory

Another historic factory in the field of bakery closes. It is the Katselis company, which has been an employer for 500 families. The closure was...

Greek Port Workers Walk Off on June 26

A walk out has been announced by the nationwide federation of port employees (OMYLE) together with the unions of Piraeus port employees, for June...

Wage below 586 Euros by Ministerial Decision

The Troika opened the backdoor for a wage below 586 euros by issuing a ministerial decision, cancelling the definition of the minimum salary by...

Child Labor Plagues Greece

June 12 is the World Day Against Child Labor, but it seems that the fight against child labor has not yet started in Greece,...

1.5 Million Uninsured Workers in Greece

According to a survey carried out by the Labor Institute of G.S.E.E, about 1,5 million workers in Greece, both Greeks and foreigners, are working...

Uninsured Work in Greece Reached 39.4 percent

According to controls carried out by the Hellenic Labor Inspectorate in the first three months of 2013, uninsured work in Greece reached 39.4 percent. In...

Nearly 1 in 2 Greeks Without Insurance

In a country that is supposed to have a universal health care system, nearly 50 percent of Greeks now have no insurance after having...

Sluggish May Day Protests In Athens

Only about 8,000 protesters took part in Greece's May 1 general strike in Athens, a far cry from the nearly 100,000 that showed up...

Cyprus Expected To OK Bailout Deal

Cyprus’ lawmakers are voting April 30 on a bailout agreement aimed at preventing the country from going bankrupt that includes 10 billion euros ($13...

Dendias Says Greeks Aren’t Xenophobes

Defending Greece's roundup of immigrants suspected of being in the country unlawfully, Greek Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias, during a trip to New York,...

PPC Gives Good Customers Installments

With unpaid bills piling up at more than $1 million a day, Greece's Public Power Corporation (PPC) said it will give customers who had...

More Transport Strikes Hit Greece

With Greece beginning high hopes for a better tourist season after disappointing results in 2012, more strikes have begun, this time closing ferries to...

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