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Post-Bailout Greeks Once Again Traveling Abroad for Christmas

According to data published by FedHATTA, the Federation of the Hellenic Associations of Tourist and Travel Agencies, the number of Greeks who choose a...

Ready to Go? Greek Island Will Pay You to Live There

A joint plan drawn up by the Metropolitan Bishop of Kythera and Monemvasia along with the local council of the small island of Antikythera,...

Cyprus Construction Saw Huge Boom During 2016

According to the annual report ''Construction and Housing Statistics, 2016'' released on Thursday by the Statistical Service of Cyprus, construction activity registered an increase...

Majority of Greeks Believe Nation is Still in Recession

According to a survey conducted by Nielsen in the third quarter of 2018, 72 percent of Greeks still believe that the country's economy is...

Cypriot Tourism Continues to Climb

The majority of tourists who visited Cyprus between June and September of 2018 said that they were "satisfied to a great extent" with their...

President Pavlopoulos Says Attack on SKAI TV “Criminal, Undemocratic”

The President of the Hellenic Republic, Prokopios Pavlopoulos, has unequivocally condemned  Monday's terrorist attack on Greece’s SKAI TV station. In a statement today he also...

Greek Man Accused in Brutal Beating of Migrant

A 29-year-old man from the island of Lesvos has been arrested and is to appear before an examining magistrate on Wednesday, facing charges of...

Greek Parliament Votes on Cancellation of Pension Cuts

The Greek Parliament will vote on Tuesday to decide the issue of the pension cuts which were scheduled to come into force on January 1,...

Greek Inflation Rises by One Percent in November

Inflation, or the adjusted index of consumer prices, showed an increase of 1.1 percent in November over levels of a year ago, according to...

Greek Unemployment Drops to 18.6%

  The unemployment rate in Greece, dropped to 18.6 percent in September 2018, coming down three-tenths of a percent from the rate of 18.9 the...

Greek Parliament To Vote on Reversing Pension Cuts Next Week

The proposed law which includes an amendment to block the already-legislated cuts to pensions in 2019 will be tabled and voted on in the...

Athens Rents Up by 17% Over Last Year

Rents for properties in central Athens increased significantly over the last year, mainly due to the demand for short-term occupancy by platforms like Airbnb, according...

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