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Greece Appoints Internationally-Recognized Experts to Shape Nation’s Growth Plan

The Greek government announced on Thursday the formation of a special commission to draft a new "Growth Plan" for the Greek economy. The commission includes...

Revenues at Greek Museums and Archaeological Sites Continues to Rise

The number of visitors to Greek museums recorded an increase of 2.5 percent and there was a 12.3 percent rise in visits to the country's many archaeological...

2019 Greek Budget Records Primary Surplus of Almost €5 Billion

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of 4.96 billion euros in 2019, up from a budget surplus target of 4.4 billion and a primary...

Greece Enables Non-EU Entrepreneurs to Come and Do Business in the Country

An amendment facilitating the entrance of foreign, non-EU nationals who are entrepreneurs to Greece was brought before the Greek Parliament on Tuesday. The amendment, which...

Economic Sentiment Index in Greece Reaches Pre-Crisis Levels

The economic sentiment index in Greece rose to 109.5 points in December, from 107 in November, the Greek Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research...

2019 Proves to Be the Best Year for Greek Stocks in Two Decades

Barring any unforeseen turbulence which might occur in the very last days of 2019, the Athens Stock Exchange (ATHEX) is set to celebrate its...

Greek Parliament Approves Ambitious 2020 State Budget

The 2020 state budget was passed in parliament by a majority roll-call vote on Wednesday night, at the end of a five-day debate. In the...

Greece to Ask Creditors for Lower Primary Surplus Targets in 2020

Greece will be able to ask its creditors to lower the primary surplus targets and plans to do so in 2020, Finance Minister Christos...

”Rebrain Greece”: Government Presents Pilot Program to Bring Professionals Back from Abroad

A new pilot program for the repatriation of at least five hundred Greek professionals with high qualifications and experience, dubbed "Rebrain Greece," was presented...

Greek Mobile Companies Pledge to Change Internet Data Charges Following Meeting with PM

Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis held a meeting with representatives of mobile phone companies at the Prime Minister's residence of Maximos Mansion on Friday. According to sources, the meeting...

Study Finds Greece’s Social Handouts at EU Average, but Unequally Redistributed

The European Statistics Agency Eurostat published an interesting study recently about the levels of social protection across the European Union. The study presents valuable information not...

OECD Releases Cautiously Positive Report for Greek Economy

The Greek economy is projected to grow by 2.1 percent in 2020 and 2.0 percent in 2021, after experiencing a 1.8 percent growth rate...

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