Greek Parliament Approves Construction of New International Airport on Crete

Legislation ratifying a concessions contract for the new international airport at Kastelli, on Crete, was approved in principle by a wide majority in the...

Study Finds Greeks Are the World’s Most Stressed People

A survey conducted recently which polled more than 150,000 people in 143 different countries suggests that the Greeks are the most stressed people in...

Greece’s Public Debt Rose to 181.1 percent of GDP in 2018

Public debt in Greece and Italy grew last year, while the European bloc as a whole recorded an overall decrease in its liabilities, the...

Bloomberg Says Greek Economy Among “Most Miserable” in the World

  The Greek economy remains among the five most difficult economies in the entire world, according to Bloomberg survey published on Thursday. Despite official declarations that...

Greek Archaeological Council Derails Cosco’s Investment Plan for Piraeus

Greece's Central Archaeological Council (KAS) derailed the multi-million euro investment program of China’s Cosco Shipping consortium on Tuesday, ruling that some proposed projects at the port...

Greek Premier Tsipras on Historic First Visit to Skopje

The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is visiting Skopje on Tuesday, in the first official visit of a Greek Premier to the newly-named country of...

Bank of Greece Revises Growth Downward for 2019

The Bank of Greece said in a report on Monday that the Greek economy is expected to grow by 1.9 percent this year, which...

Eurogroup Postpones Decision on Cash Disbursement to Greece

European officials postponed the decision on whether or not Eurogroup will authorize the already-agreed upon disbursement of cash to Greece until the next Euro-working...

Despite Financial Crisis, Greece Still Better Off In the Eurozone

The Center for European Policy (CEP) published a study on Monday which states that Greece added €2 billion to its economy in the sixteen...

Greece the Only Western Country Which Bans Private Universities

The issue of the establishment of private universities in Greece is on the hotseat now that discussion on related constitutional amendments is taking place...

Spending Galore: Government Continues Tradition that Bankrupted Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has unleashed a barrage of promises to voters very much like those that brought him to power in 2015. With...

Greece Raises Minimum Wage to €650, Nixes Sub-Minimum for Under-25s

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Monday that the nation will raise its minimum wage to €650 ($745) per month, and his government will...

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