US Secretary of State Pompeo Hails EastMed Pipeline at Trilateral Summit

The Leaders of Greece, Cyprus and Israel met in Jerusalem on Wednesday evening, during the sixth Trilateral Greece-Cyprus-Israel Summit, which was also attended by...

”Golden Visa” Investors and Tourism Boosting Greece’s Recovery

  The Greek economy is currently undergoing a major transformation, mainly because of the real estate boom and record-breaking tourist arrivals, the New York Times...

US Secretary of State Pompeo Attends Greece-Cyprus-Israel Summit in Jerusalem

The Sixth Trilateral Cyprus-Greece-Israel Summit begins in Jerusalem on Wednesday afternoon. The aim of the meeting is to further the development of energy resources...

“Food Expo” Exhibition Showcases Greek Gastronomy

The food and beverages exhibition "Food Expo 2019" - the largest of its kind in Southeastern Europe - opened its doors to visitors at...

Turkish Company Launches Ferry Services Between Athens and Izmir

Ferryboat services between the Greek coastal town of Lavrion, near Athens, and Cesme, near Turkey's Izmir, will begin as of June 2, 2019, according...

New Survey Finds One in Three Greek Employers Plan to Hire More Staff

Approximately one out of three Greek employers plan to hire more staff in the coming three months, a new survey published on Wednesday suggests. According...

Greece Seeks EU’s ”Protected Geographical Indication” Status for Greek Yogurt

Stavros Arachovitis, the Greek Minister of Agricultural Development and Food, revealed recently that the country is in the process of obtaining the EU's ''Protected Geographical...

Greek Fleet Slightly Reduced in Size During 2018, Data Reveals

The Greek-owned fleet and the number of vessels under the Greek flag were slightly reduced during the last twelve months, according to data included...

Greece to Expand ”Golden Visa” Granting Criteria

The Greek Ministry of the Economy brought a bill to the Parliament on Friday, with which it intends to broaden the criteria of the...

European Commission Asks EU Court To Fine Greece For Water Pollution

The European Commission on Thursday asked the EU's highest court, the European Court of Justice, to fine Greece over water pollution due to agricultural activity. Referring...

Greece Launches 10-Year Bond After Moody’s Upgrade

Greece officially launched procedures to issue new 10-year state bonds on Monday by appointing BNP Paribas, Citi, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan...

Cosco’s Investment Plan for Piraeus Under Threat

The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) will make a last-ditch attempt on March 10 to convince the Greek government to unblock the 580-million-euro ($650 million-dollar)...

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