RADAR Dyslexia Initiative to Screen School Children on Crete

By Phil Butler The innovative education software platform RADAR just announced its latest initiative, called “Defeat Dyslexia,” in cooperation with the Hellenic Mediterranean University and the...
One & Olive olive oil, the top Greek winner at the Athena International Olive Oil Competition

Greek Olive Oils Win 65 Medals at International Competition in Greece

At the 4th edition of the Athena International Olive Oil Competition this spring, Greek olive oils took home 65 medals and a number of...

Greeks Among Europeans Valuing Food Safety the Most, Survey Finds

The Greek people seem to be following the general European trend of placing a high value on the safety and security of their food,...

Greece the Most Difficult Country to Set Up a Business

Greece is the most difficult country in the world to set up a business due to bureaucracy, frequent changes in legislation, differences in VAT...

Greek Plant Producing Iconic Vlachas Milk to Shut Down

The plant producing the iconic condensed Vlachas milk, which was part of the nutrition of Greek children for decades, is to shut down and...

Piraeus Bank, Intrum Join Forces to Tackle Greece’s Bad Loans

Piraeus Bank, the leading lender in Greece, announced on Monday it has teamed up with Sweden's Intrum for the management of its 27-billion-euro ($30...

Turkey Issues New NAVTEX off the Coast of Cyprus

Ankara issued a new NAVTEX blocking an area near Cyprus' northern coast on Thursday. Turkey says that it intends to conduct exploratory drilling in the...

Greek Economy Still Not Competitive, Survey Suggests

The International Institute for Management Development (IMD) published its new World Competitiveness rankings for 2019 on Tuesday, in which Greece not only remained very low...

Chinese Demand for Greek Property Remains High Despite EU Crackdown

The Chinese demand for Greek property remains close to historic highs, despite the European Commission's recent call for a crackdown on potential abuses of...

Recently Appointed Chief of Attica Bank Dies at 69

Prominent Greek banker George Michelis, who was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Attica Bank in late March, died on Saturday in Athens....

PM Tsipras Visits Greek-Bulgarian Border to Launch New Gas Pipeline

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited the Greek-Bulgarian border, at the village of Kirkovo on Wednesday, to attend a ceremony for the launching of...

Capital Link Forum on Investment and Social Responsibility to Be Held in Athens

The 9th Annual Capital Link CSR Forum, titled "Investments, Extroversion & Social Responsibility: Pillars for Sustainable Development" will take place in Athens, on Tuesday, June...

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