EU Report Notes Disturbing Trends in Greek Demographics

According to a European Commission report just released in Brussels, recent demographic changes in Greece may indicate problematic social and macroeconomic imbalances for the...

Greek Prostitutes Fear New Covid-19 Rules Will Force Them Underground

The new regulations imposed on Greek brothels, aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus, are being criticized by sex workers who claim that...

Capital Link Forum On Re-Starting Greek Economy Post-Covid-19

Prominent policymakers, entrepreneurs and academics from both sides of the Atlantic will participate in the 10th Annual Capital Link CSR Forum, titled "Economy and...

Delphi Economic Forum to Take Place Online June 9-12

The fifth edition of the Delphi Economic Forum, appropriately titled "The Day After" will take place online on June 9-12, after its annual meeting in...

Six Out of Ten Greek Businesses in Liquidity Crisis After Lockdown

Six out of 10 businesses face liquidity issues, with only enough cash reserves to continue operating for less than six months -- while three...

Revenues Fall 60% for Cafes, 80% for Restaurants During First Week Of Greece’s Reopening

Since reopening on May 25, following the nationwide lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus, restaurants and bars in Greece have reported enormous drops...

Greece Looks to Ban Plastic Bottles, Bags, Packaging in 2021

Greece will look to end the use of single-use plastics by July 1, 2021, according to Environment and Energy Minister Kostis Hatzidakis. Hatzidakis made the...

115-Million-Euro Greek Aid Package Seeks To Help Struggling Airlines

The nation of Greece will give the country's airlines a 115 million euro aid package to assist them as they struggle to return to...

Greece to Receive 32 Billion Euros as EU Unveils Massive Relief Program

The European Commission proposed on Wednesday to allocate to member states a massive 750 billion euro ($824 billion) aid program to fight the economic...

Greek PM Outlines 24 Billion Euro Plan to Kick-Start Tourism, Economy

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis outlined a plan on Wednesday to kick-start the Greek economy with a 24 billion euro program ($26.3 billion) to...

Greece Almost Back to Normalcy as Retail Shops, High Schools Open

More than 150,000 employees returned to work on Monday, with most retail shops opening, as Greece enters the second phase of the relaxation of...

Greek Economy to Contract by Almost 10 Percent, EU Says

The Greek economy is set to contract by 9.7 percent in 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the European Commission forecast on Wednesday. Greece, along...

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