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Black Friday in Greece: Don’t Believe the Hype

Black Friday fever has taken hold of many Greek consumers this week, but even a knee jerk research in sales presented as "Black Friday...

Tension & Strikes Due to Mid-Season Sales’ Sunday Opening

The optional Sunday opening of the shops due to the newly established mid-season sales, held from May 2 until May 10, has caused tension...

Strike Called for Mid-Season Sales’ Sunday Opening

The Federation of Private Employees (OIYE) has called a 24-hour strike on May 4 for retail workers in protest at shops opening on the first Sunday...

Poor Reception from Greek Retailers for the Operation of Stores on Sunday

The development ministry's announcement that a measure allowing small and medium-sized shops in Greece to open up to seven Sundays per year, to start...

Greek Retailers Slump Killing Economy

With austerity-crunched Greeks keeping their wallets in their pockets, retail stores are taking a big hit, with sales dropping like a stone in 2012,...

Greek Retailers Take 40% Hit

Greek retailers faced their worst Christmas sales turnover in a decade, posting a reduction of about 40 percent compared to 2011 across the debt-laden...

Retailers to See Xmas Sales Down by 18%

Greek retailers will see the Christmas and New Year-related revenue decline 18% as business is blighted by the country's fifth year of recession, the...

Greece’s Labor Unions Call Oct. 18 Strike

Following a massive protest and general strike last month against more austerity measures being readied by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' uneasy coalition government, Greece's...

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