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The Hellenic Initiative Brings Hope to Entrepreneurs in Greece via Venture Fair 2016

The Athens Hilton Hotel will be hosting the 2nd Annual Venture Fair on June 28. The event is one of the major efforts put forth...

Fears of Grexit and Drachma Drives Greeks to Unload Hidden Cash in Real-estate

As the outrage mounts in Greece over even tougher austerity measures and €5.4 billion budget cuts, the fear of a Grexit and revival of...

The 5 Cheapest Greek Islands Currently for Sale

Most people who come to the Greek islands on an unforgettable vacation leave saying they can't wait to return. It appears that nowadays people...

Don’t Pass Up an Unforgettable Greek Summer

Greece is one of the number one destinations for holidays in the world. Amidst one crisis after another, whether it be financial or migrant, there...

In Their Own Words: Greek Austerity Revolutionizing Poetry

Not since the outspoken writers during the junta in the late 1960's -- 1970’s has there been a literary display of self-expression in Greece...

Study: Bailout Loans Saved European Banks, Not Greece

About 95% of the 220 billion euros disbursed to Greece since the beginning of the economic crisis have gone to save European banks and...

Greek PM Tsipras: Review of Greece’s Program Can Be Done by Easter

Commenting on the ongoing negotiations with the creditor institutions to wrap up the review of the Greek economic program, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said...

BoG Governor: Greek Crisis Not Caused by Memorandums But ‘Unjustifiably Expansive Fiscal Policy’

The crisis in Greece was not triggered by the austerity memorandums but an unjustifiably expansive fiscal policy, where state spending far outstripped state revenues,...

Former Greek FinMin Varoufakis Says He Resigned from Gov’t as Troika Had No Intentions...

Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis discussed for the umpteenth time the other day his tenure with the government of Alexis Tsipras. Speaking on Bloomberg,...

ADEDY Will Join GSEE’s March Protest on March 9

The General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) has scheduled a protest march for March 9 against the government’s plan for the reform of the...

S&P Raises Greece’s Credit Rating to B- from CCC+, Stable Outlook

On Friday, Standard & Poor's raised its long-term sovereign credit rating on Greece to 'B-' from 'CCC+', with a stable outlook, citing the country's compliance...

Government Minister Seeks to Reassure Angry Greek Farmers Pension Reform is Beneficial

As the country is at present in the grips of strike over the government’s plan to proceed with further cuts in pension benefits and...