Greece’s Borrowing Costs Hit New All-Time Low

Greece’s borrowing costs have tumbled to a record low on Wednesday, reflecting hopes among foreign investors that the new government will be able to...

How Will Turkey’s Purchase of the S-400 Affect Relations With Greece?

Turkey received its first shipment of an advanced Russian missile defense system earlier this month, ignoring repeated warnings from Washington and fueling concerns about...

Greece’s Highest Court Lifts Obstacles to Hellinikon Development

Greece's highest administrative court, the Council of State, on Tuesday issued a series of rulings which remove obstacles to the multi-million-euro development of the...

Turkey Defies EU Sanctions, Vows to Continue Drilling off Cyprus

The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Tuesday morning, commenting on EU Foreign Ministers' decision to go ahead with the first sanctions against...

EU Suspects Turkish Drilling Ship “Fatih” has Started Operation Off Paphos, Cyprus

Turkey has shown that it will not go back on its intention to begin drilling for oil and natural gas in the eastern Mediterranean,...

Greece Signs Historic Agreement To Explore Natural Resources South of Crete

Greece signed a formal agreement on Thursday with the companies ExxonMobil, Total and Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE) to research and exploit the natural resources located south...

Greek Shipowners On Alert After Oman Tanker Attacks

Greek shipowners, who control close to 25 percent of the world tanker fleet, are on alert following the attacks on two tankers belonging to...

Greeks Have the Most Expensive Mobile Internet in Europe (graph)

The average costs for 1GB of mobile data across Europe has been revealed recently, with Greeks paying by far the most, and Ukrainians the...

Outcry Over Bill Seen as Restricting Public Use of Greek Beaches

The new proposed legislation on shoreline use brought up for debate in the Greek Parliament has triggered strong reactions from environmental groups and opposition...

Geostrategic Powerplay Hinders Massive Chinese Investment in Greece

The decision recently taken by Greece's Central Archaeological Council (KAS) to declare a large part of Piraeus a site of archaeological interest is putting...

‘Golden Visas’ show 46% Increase in 2018

Greece saw an increase of 46 percent in the number of residence permits given to non-EU citizens who took advantage of the "Golden Visa"...

Greek Archaeological Council Derails Cosco’s Investment Plan for Piraeus

Greece's Central Archaeological Council (KAS) derailed the multi-million euro investment program of China’s Cosco Shipping consortium on Tuesday, ruling that some proposed projects at the port...

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