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Greece's unemployment rate fell slightly to 27.2 percent in May, from 27.3 percent in April, according to an announcement by the Greek statistics agency ELSTAT on Thursday. After peaking...

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Greece ranks fourth among the 28 EU member-states with the highest percentage of citizens living on or below the poverty line, according to figures released...

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The unemployment rate for Greece stood at 27.8% for the first quarter of 2014. It remained unchanged compared with the previous quarter, while showing...

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Greece's statistical service, ELSTAT, published on Friday figures showing that the rate of recession during the first quarter of 2014 was 0.9% of GDP, which is...

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Nearly a quarter of tobacco products used in Greece are likely to have been smuggled in to the country, according to the latest data...

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With a primary surplus in hand, Greece is set to ask the eurozone to approve some sort of relief from the 240 billion euros...

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Despite Greece’s high unemployment rate and the relentless deterioration of working conditions due to the financial crisis, there are ten professions that have managed to survive. The...

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While Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his cohorts were celebrating because Greece floated a bond, a 35-year-old woman fell – without floating – to...

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Greece's successful, if cautious, return to the bond markets this month was the result of a secret, carefully-crafted meeting Prime Minister Antonis Samaras had...

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The European Union's statistics agency Eurostat has said it manipulated data to show that Greece has a primary surplus of 1.5 billion euros when...

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With Prime Minister Antonis Samaras saying small start-up companies can help Greece reduce the country's record unemployment rate, the entrepreneurs he's counting on say...

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Research by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) into the Government’s general quarterly non-financial accounts, has again recorded the continuous reduction of salaries, and pensions...