Talks Between Greece and Creditors Resume Thursday With Slim Chances of Staff Level Agreement...

Negotiations on the bailout program review between Greece and international creditors resumed on Thursday afternoon after Wednesday's closing of the issue of settlement of...

Hellenic Statistical Authority’s Report on Greece’s Unemployment Rate for 2016

The Greek unemployment rate fell to 23.1 pct of the workforce in December 2016, from 24.1 pct in the same month in 2015, but...

Brain Drain: 450,000 Greeks Left the Country in Past 8 Years

Almost 450,000 Greeks left the country in the 2008-2016 period, depriving Greece of brain power while at the same time contributing to the...

Talks On Further Strike Action as Archaeological Guards Battle for Demands

Cultural Minister Lydia Koniardou has found herself at odds with the union representing state guards at Greece's archaeological sites. The union stated on Wednesday, that...

LAEK Subsidies See 3-Year Delay in Payments

To date there has been a 3-year delay in payments to subsidies of companies who are funded through the Account for Employment and Professional...

Data Shows Greece’s Job Loss in January 2017 at 16-Υear Record Low

The latest data released by the Greek Labor Ministry's IT system, Ergani, shows that the job loss rate in January 2017 has hit a...

Farmers Protesting in Road Blockades to Stop on Friday; Changing Tactics

Protesting farmers from the Nikea and other blockades will end their road closures and continue their protests in different ways, the president of the...

Farmers to Rally in Athens on February 14

Farmers will be continuing their ongoing fight against tax hikes and social security contribution payments in yet another protest planned in downtown Athens for...

Farmers Gather at Thessaloniki International Trade Fair to Send ‘Political Message’

Almost 300 people from the agriculture industry across Greece gathered together symbolically outside the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair on Thursday, to send a "political...

Greek Economy Stagnant as Euro Zone Figures are on the Rise

The Greek economy remains in recession while figures for the rest of the euro zone have taken a positive turn with growth on the...

Hellas Gold Starts Operations of Olympiada Gold Mine in April

Hellas Gold plans to begin operation of its mines in Olympiada Chalkidiki in April, the company's officials told reporters, adding that the official opening...

Starting Greek Professionals Will Have to Repay Discounted Security Contributions Retroactively

A circular of the new single security fund (EFKA) says that starting Greek professionals will pay discounted contributions for the first five years, but...

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