Greece Aims to Be Energy Hub

Giannis Maniatis, Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change, referred to the steps taken so far for the exploitation of hydrocarbons, as well as...

Greeks Favor Youtube

Maybe the social media infiltrated Greek society with a little delay, but now, they are a huge part of the everyday life of the...

Significant Drop in Greek Industrial Production

While Greece is suffering due to the financial crisis and austerity measures imposed by its international creditors, the country has also suffered another blow....

Four out of Ten Continue Bribing Doctors

The bribing of doctors by patients still exists in Greece. Four out of ten patients continue giving a bribe in order to be hospitalized...

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...

Athens International Airport Among the Best in Europe

It is said that a tourist’s last memory of the place he visited is leaving the airport. If the saying is true, then thousands...

Greece Proposes Professor Dimitri Nanopoulos to Head CERN

Greece has proposed Professor Dimitri Nanopoulos, a distinguished Greek physicist, for the post of Geneva's top research and physics center, CERN director general, the...

ENFIA Amendment in Parliament, Foreclosures Protection Extended

The amendment for the payment extension of the first installment of the unified property tax (ENFIA) was tabled in Greek Parliament on Thursday along with...

Jobs of the Future in Greece

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” The answer changes depending on our age, but when do we actually have to...

Foreign Companies Express Interest in Greek Gas Grid

Six companies express interest for the 66 percent stake in Greece's natural gas grid operator DESFA, the country's privatisation agency said on Monday. The interested...

Oil Exploration: Agreement Signed for Greece’s Kyparissia and Crete

Officials signed an initial agreement awarding private companies the exploration and development rights for hydrocarbons in sea blocks off the island of Crete and...

Eurobank Acquires Postbank Too

The troubled private bank Eurobank is expected to take over the more troubled state financial institution Hellenic Postbank, the country's banking stabilization agency HFSF...

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