Greek Hoteliers See Better Season

After a terrible year in 2012 when visitors stayed away in droves because of images of political and social unrest and relentless strikes that...

Greece Falls to 84th in Press Freedom

As the government tries to stifle criticism, and with much of the media aligned with political parties and downplaying scandals,  the NGO Journalists without...

Solar Park Seen For Florina

Τhe largest solar thermal park in Greece is being planned in Florina, based on the innovative Stirling solar method. Solar thermal electric energy generation...

Greece Dead Last in Competitiveness

Even as Greek officials are crowing this will be the last year of the country's deep recession and foreign investors are eagerly being sought,...

Germans and Turks Eye Top Greek Hotels

The greatest luxury Greek hotels have drawn the attention of investors both in Greece and abroad, especially from Germany and Turkey.  According to Euro2day,...

Illegal Fuel Trade Moves to Ships

A leveling of Greece's special consumption tax on diesel with that of heating oil hasn't stopped illegal fuel trading and government officials are...

Fake Greek Products Overrun Foreign Markets

Shady businessmen and companies produce thousands of fake Greek products in China, the UK and the US causing tremendous financial losses to Greek exporters...

Greek Sun Offers Cheap, Clean Power

GreekSun is a is non-political, non-profit offering free-of charge installation of photovoltaic panels on the roofs of houses and small-sized enterprises. Company officials said...

OPAP Stake Sale Drives Up Value

The value of Greece's gambling agency, OPAP, has shot up fast in the wake of accelerated privatization plans that foresee the sale of the...

No Turkish Commercial in Greek Museum

A Turkish firm hoping to get permission from Greece's Central Archaeological Council to shoot a shampoo commercial in Athens' Numismatic Museum has been denied,...

TT Bank Split Gets The OK

Greece's more than century-old Hellenic Postbank faces a big change - over the protest of its workers - after the newspaper Kathimerini reported that...

Qatar Gives Up on Hellenikon Bid

Just as Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is readying a trip to Qatar as part of a wider plan to attract foreign investors, Qatar...

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