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...

Austerity Cuts for Civil Servants Are Legal, Says Greece’s Top Court

The Council of State, Greece's highest court, ruled on Friday that the austerity cuts imposed on the country's civil servants during the years of...

PM Tsipras Meets With School Cleaning Staff; Announces Ten Percent Salary Raise

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met on Thursday with the cleaning staff of the country's public schools at the Maximos Mansion, where he announced...

Reports Say Greek Banks to Axe Up to 4,000 Jobs in 2019

Greek banks are expected to cut up to 4,000 positions during the year 2019, various outlets in the Greek media reported on Monday. Most of...

Opposition Leader Mitsotakis Calls for PM Tsipras to Resign if SYRIZA Loses in the...

The Leader of the Opposition and President of the center-right New Democracy (ND) party Kyriakos Mitsotakis called Premier Alexis Tsipras to resign the night...

More than Five Percent of Athens Apartments Now on Airbnb-Style Platforms

A total of 5.3 percent of the total available apartments in Athens are now ''blocked'' by being rented exclusively via Airbnb-style platforms, an organization...

Latest Data Reveal Greek Inflation on the Rise

ELSTAT, Greece's official statistics authority, released its latest data on the country's annual EU-harmonized inflation on Friday, which showed a slight increase in prices...

New Electronic System Expected to Save Greek Public Sector Hundreds of Millions

Greece's new ''Electronic Document Transfer System,'' the bill for which was signed by government ministers on Friday, is expected to save the Greek state...

IMF Charges Tsipras’ Relief Measures Are Moving in the Wrong Direction

Peter Dolman, the chief of the IMF delegation in Greece, said on Thursday that Greek Premier Tsipras' announced relief measures ''are moving in the...

Greek Unemployment Down 2.1 Percent in February of 2019 Compared to Year Prior

The Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) issued a report on Thursday which shows that unemployment in Greece fell from 20.6 percent in February of 2018 to...

Greece Among The Regions Benefitting Least From EU Single Market

A study conducted recently by the Bertelsman Foundation found that regions in Greece are among those benefitting the least from the EU's Single Market. The Single...

Greece Challenges Creditors as PM Tsipras Vows to Lower Surplus Targets

Greece's European creditors reminded the Greek government of Alexis Tsipras that it has agreed to a primary surplus of 3.5 percent from 2020 to...

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