Greek Budget Revenues Exceed Targets by €287 Million in August

A positive surprise for Greece's public finances came to light on Monday, as according to the latest official data, the country's revenues were €287 million...

Greece Officially Requests Early Repayment of Expensive IMF Loans

Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras signed the official letters on Monday in which Greece requests to pay back to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) part...

The Hellinikon Project: Greece’s Modern Tale of Agony and Ambition

The Hellinikon project has become synonymous with everything that Greece desires to achieve; however, at the same time, it perfectly highlights modern Greece's deep-rooted...

ESM Chief Regling Says Greek Primary Surplus Targets Could Be Reduced

Chief of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) Klaus Regling indicated on Friday that the European Institutions might consider reducing Greece's primary surplus targets beginning...

IMF Calls for Review of Greece’s High Primary Surplus Targets

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) agrees with the recent opinion expressed by Christine Lagarde in the European Parliament concerning the need to review the...

Unemployment Drops to 16.9 Percent in Greece, Lowest Point Since 2011

According to a new report that the Greece Statistical Authority ELSTAT announced on Thursday, unemployment in the country fell to 16.9 percent during the...

Greece to Offer Limited Number of Citizenships to Major Real Estate Investors

The Greek government plans to introduce a limited citizenship-granting scheme to non-EU nationals who wish to invest more than €2 million in the country's real...

Greek Government Decides to Sell 30% Stake in Athens’ International Airport

The sale of a 30 percent stake in Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport was decided at a meeting of the Greece's Government Council on Economic Policy, held...

PM Mitsotakis Pledges to Make Greece ”Eurozone’s Pleasant Surprise” During Thessaloniki Fair

Greece will be the pleasant surprise of the Eurozone, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Sunday during the PM's press conference at the 84th...

Mitsotakis Announces Tax Cuts for 2020 and Absentee Ballot for Expats From Thessaloniki

Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Saturday evening that Greek expatriates will obtain the right to vote in Greece's elections using absentee ballots,...

Greece and Cyprus Record EU’s Largest Quarterly Employment Increase

According to the latest data collected by Eurostat, the nations of Cyprus and Greece recorded the largest increase in employment in the entirety of...

Greece Remains First in the EU in Unemployment Among University Graduates

Τhe Center for the Development of Educational Policy of the General Confederation of Workers of Greece (KANEP-GSEE) published a study in Thessaloniki recently in...

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