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In the 5th year of the Greek economic crisis, Greece has good fiscal news as it continues to build a primary surplus, but for debt, reforms and unemployment it has made only limited progress.

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Sales of tablets, printers, washing machines and other home appliances are once again starting to increase in Greece, for the first time since the...

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On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the restoration of democracy in Greece, President of the Hellenic Republic Karolos Papoulias emphasized the need to...

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Debts to the Greek state hit a new record high. In the first half of 2014, debts amounted to 6,225 billion euros, according to...

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It is no secret that conspiracy theories and the creation of urban legends are very common for people in Greece. In fact, they have a...

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*By Dr. Nicholas Economides - Through targeted investments, Greece will increase GDP and tax revenue as well as reduce unemployment and the debt/GDP ratio.

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Greece's recovery is not sustainable without new loans, Bank of Greece (BoG) governor Yannis Stournaras said on Thursday. Speaking at a BoG event, Stournaras underlined...

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The Brookings Institution’s European Growth Project was completed last week in Athens, with the third and final roundtable discussion on European economic issues, following previous...

Grassroots Groups in Greece

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Omikron Project - a volunteer group from Greece working to tackle the country’s international image crisis - has released a new map of all...

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German magazine Focus is praising Haris Theocharis and is criticizing the Greek government, describing his removal from the General Secretariat of Public Revenue as a "political farce."...

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Greece will raise the issue of beginning a discussion on the restructuring of Greek debt at the next Eurogroup meeting scheduled for May 5,...

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The prices of basic commodities may be lower than in other European Union countries, but the cost of living in Greece remains higher. That...