Black Friday in Greece: Don’t Believe the Hype

Black Friday fever has taken hold of many Greek consumers this week, but even a knee jerk research in sales presented as "Black Friday...

New Russia-Turkey Natural Gas Deal May Affect Greece

Russia will supply natural gas to Turkey through the Blue Stream pipeline and increase deliveries by 3 billion cubic meters a year at a...

Final Call for Former Ellinikon Airport

The privatization of the former Ellinikon International Airport of Athens, located seven kilometers south of Athens, is reaching its final stage. The Board of the...

Dairy Producers Outraged That Greek Feta Has Lost PDO Status in EU-Canada Trade Deal

The federation SEVGAP, which represents local dairy products industries has spoken out regarding reports released earlier this week that feta cheese produced in Greece...

Greenpeace Launches “A Box of Sea” to Promote Low-Impact Fishing

Greenpeace launched the program, "A Box of Sea," which brings fishermen and citizens together to deal with overfishing in the hope of protecting the...

The Sky’s the Limit on China-Greece Relations Says Greek Alt Foreign Affairs Minister (video)

In an exclusive interview with Greek Reporter in New York, Greek Alternate Foreign Affairs Minister, George Katrougalos, says that there is a wide window of...

Heightened Police Presence as Unions Plan Demonstrations at Thessaloniki International Fair

As Thessaloniki gears up to open the Thessaloniki International Fair next weekend, police have taken a proactive approach to the situation as 3,000-4,000 police...

Piraeus Port Authority OKs Agreement with Chinese COSCO

After a Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) general meeting green-lighted the agreement with Chinese company Cosco regarding the latter's new 230-million-euro investment in Piraeus, Greece,...

The Greek Merchant Fleet is “Sinking”

According to the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT), the merchant vessels that are registered at the Greek merchant navy hardly reach the number of 1,909....

Washington Post Explains the Greek Crisis Through Greek Olive Oil Exports

The Washington Post masterfully used the example of the "liquid god," which is no other than the Greek olive oil, in an attempt to explain -...

Consumer Prices Fall for 26th Consecutive Month in Greece

Prices of consumer goods dropped for the 26th consecutive month in Greece as deflation continues, according to figures by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT)...

Greek VAT Losses at €5 Billion, European Commission Report Says

Uncollected VAT revenues in Greece for 2015 are estimated at 5 billion euros, according to a report by the European Commission. The report places...

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