Greek Inflation Rose to 4.3% in March, Eurostat

Greece's annual inflation rate rose to 4.3% in March from 4.2% in February, Eurostat said on Friday as reported by ANA. The EU executive's...

Greek Banks Face Four Main Challenges, Bank Association Head Says

Chairwoman of the Hellenic Banks Association Louka Katseli said that Greek banks face four major challenges before they return to normality. Katseli, who is also...

Food Sales in Greece Continue to Drop Due to Crisis

Sales of essential consumer goods continue to drop, according to a Nielsen survey of the Greek market. Sales of milk, bread and alcoholic beverages are...

2013 Report on Greek Financial Crimes

The Hellenic Anti-Money Laundering, Counter-Terrorist Financing and Source of Funds Investigation Authority released on Tuesday its annual report for the past year, which comprises...

Greek FinMin: Deal with Lenders Possible by August 20

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said on Tuesday that based on the progress of the negotiations with Greece ’s lenders, an agreement could be...

One Million-Plus Passengers Use Athens Airport in March

Passenger traffic through Athens international airport exceeded one million in March for the first time since 2010, rising 24.5%, airport authorities said on Thursday. According...

Eurozone New Deal Won’t Last Three Months, Says Soros

George Soros has said that he thinks the Eurozone deal will only last a short time, from one day to three months. Soros makes a...

Greek PM Tsipras Attacks Main Opposition: Will You Support the National Negotiation?

The Greek Parliament was briefed minutes ago by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras regarding the country's negotiation with its creditors and the developments with the proposed reforms list....

Greeks Prefer Neighbouring Countries To Purchase Consumer Goods

Within the last year, over 1500 Greek businesses have relocated their premises to neighbouring countries while more and more people decide to do their...

Greek Supreme Court Paves Way for Reinstatement of Wages to Men and Women in...

The Greek Supreme Court's advisers voted almost unanimously in favor of thousands of military, police and coast guard personnel who saw their wages slashed...

Ryanair Announces Plans to Open New Base in Athens, Greece

  In a press conference, the CEO of the Irish airline Ryanair announced the company’s intentions to open a new base in Athens. This new base...

Greece at Risk of Losing Funds Earmarked for Battling Corruption

Greece might lose funds that have been allocated for tackling corruption, said Drago Kos, international commissioner in the independent Monitoring and Evaluation Committee. According to...

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