Envolve Awards: Empowering Greek Start-Ups on a Global Scale

For the seventh consecutive year promising Greek start-ups will be able to access resources, advice and support services to pursue their business dreams through...

Greek Parliament Approves “Invest in Greece” Development Bill

The Greek Parliament passed an economic development bill on Thursday which is aimed at boosting economic recovery in the post-bailout era. The bill, entitled "Invest...

Greece Freezes VAT on New Building Permits to Boost Housing Market

In an attempt to boost the Greek real estate market, PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Wednesday a three-year suspension of VAT payments on any...

IMF Disagrees With Brussels; Sees Lower Greek Surpluses for 2019, 2020

Vitor Gaspar, the Head of the Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) presented the Fund's Fiscal Monitor on Wednesday, just before its annual...

European Union to Give Green Light to Greece’s Budget for 2020

Τhe European Commission posted Greece's draft budget plan for 2020 on its website on Wednesday. The budgetary projections envisage a primary surplus of 3.7...

Greek Primary Surplus Continues to Exceed Targets Despite Tax Cuts

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of 4.479 billion euros in the January-September period over budget targets, for a surplus of €1.467...

Athens Adopts Italian Model of Attracting Super-Rich to Tax Registry

The Greek government has decided to copy, and attempt to implement, Italy's model of encouraging ultra-wealthy individuals and large companies to move their tax...

EU Approves Greece’s Plan to Reduce Bad Loans

The European Commission approved on Thursday a Greek plan to reduce its bad loans at the country's banks by up to 30 billion euros...

Greek Unemployment Continues Downward Trend; Falls to 16.9% in July

The unemployment rate in Greece fell to 16.9 percent of the workforce in July of 2019, from a level of 19.1 percent seen exactly one...

Greece Borrows With Negative Interest For the First Time in History

Greece has for the first time in history borrowed money with a negative interest rate, it was made public on Wednesday. According to a statement...

Greece Borrows €1.5 Billion at Extremely Low Interest With New 10-Year Bond

Greece managed to tap €1.5 billion on Tuesday from global financial markets after it reopened its 10-year bond to take advantage of the new,...

Greece Expected to Tap Financial Markets With New 10-Year Bond

Greece will very soon seek to pump additional money from global markets in an effort to capitalize gains made on the historically-low interest rates that...

LATEST