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Greek President to Visit South Korea

Earlier this morning it was announced by the Greek Government that the President of the Hellenic Republic, Karolos Papoulias, will visit the Republic of...

Greek Journalist Acquitted for Lagarde List Case

The Greek journalist, Kostas Vaxevanis, was unanimously acquitted for publishing the content of the Lagarde list. The court prosecutor that was assigned to the case...

Gavalas Charged 4-Time Tax Cheat

For a fourth time - after getting off easy on three previous charges - Greek fashion entrepreneur and designer Lakis Gavalas on Nov. 27...

New Property Tax to be Paid in 6 Tranches

According to a draft bill that will be tabled in Parliament on Thursday, real estate owners in Greece will start paying the new Single...

Small Enterprises are Hit Hardest by Recession

In Greece, small and medium-sized enterprices (SME) have been hit by the extended recession much more than the larger enterprises. However, according to the...

Greece is the World Champion of Low Property Prices

At a time when there is an increase in the value of homes worldwide, the Greek housing market is going in the exact opposite...

Coca-Cola, Nokia and Delhaize Invest in Greece

On Tuesday it was announced that three multinational companies will be investing in Greece, thus helping the growth of the Greek economy and opening...

Mikis Theodorakis: New Honorary Member of Athens Academy

The internationally renowned composer Mikis Theodorakis will officially become an honorary member of the Athens Academy on December 3. The president of the Academy, Spyros...

Second Wave of Mobility in EOPYY and Municipalities

The government board of administrative reform discussed the continuation of the mobility program, the acceleration of the evaluation process of private legal entities, and...

TV Personality Petros Kostopoulos Arrested for Debts to the State

The host of the morning TV show of Mega Channel, Petros Kostopoulos, was arrested this morning for debt to the State. The trial was...

Greek Universities Admin Employees Insist on Strike

The administrative staff of Athens and Technological Universities will proceed with 24-hour strikes on Wednesday and Thursday. Despite the announcement of the new strikes, the Education...

WHO Rectifies Error in HIV Report

In September 2013, the World Health Organization, published a report claiming that in Greece, 50% of all new HIV cases are self-inflicted by people...

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