ECB: Greeks still complete 88 percent of purchases in cash

ECB: Greeks still complete 88 percent of purchases in cash

Nearly 90 percent of purchases in Greece are carried out with cash, according to a European Central Bank study authored by Henk E... Περισσότερα»

SPD inching closer to Grand Coalition?

SPD inching closer to Grand Coalition?

Since the 24 September German general elections and the subsequent inability to form a government, the Greek political and financ... Περισσότερα»

Nikos Filis demands government cancel Saudi arms deal

Nikos Filis demands government cancel Saudi arms deal

With all eyes on Monday’s parliamentary debate on Defense Minister and ruling coalition partner Panos Kammenos’ allegedly illegal... Περισσότερα»

Prosecutor finds 36 guilty in 1999 Greek stock market crash case

Prosecutor finds 36 guilty in 1999 Greek stock market crash case

In September, 1999, after a dizzying seven-year climb to nearly 6500 points, the Greek stock market suddenly experienced a sudden... Περισσότερα»

Tsipras honoured in Paris, to hold talks with Macron

Tsipras honoured in Paris, to hold talks with Macron

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras traveled to Paris today to receive the “Political Courage” award from the French quarterly Politiqu... Περισσότερα»

German press praises Greek economy, blasts migrant conditions

German press praises Greek economy, blasts migrant conditions

A report by the German financial daily Handelsblatt had words of praise for the fiscal performance of the Greek government. Th... Περισσότερα»

Vangelis Marinakis resigns Piraeus City Council seat

Vangelis Marinakis resigns Piraeus City Council seat

In his statement to the Council, Mr. Marinakis underlined that, ‘After three-and-a-half years of very active participation in the... Περισσότερα»

Public debt to increase by 13.7 billion euros in early 2018

Public debt to increase by 13.7 billion euros in early 2018

In the second half of this year, the central government’s debt will increase by 3.2 billion euros in order to create security res... Περισσότερα»

Backlash over Germany suspending Schengen terms for Greeks

Backlash over Germany suspending Schengen terms for Greeks

A staff-level meeting is being held today in Brussels between representative of Greece, Germany, and European Commissioner Dimitr... Περισσότερα»

Greek concerns over impact of German political crisis

Greek concerns over impact of German political crisis

German domestic political developments, with the inability to form a government in Berlin, are cause for heightened political anx... Περισσότερα»

Handelsblatt praises Greece's fiscal performance

Handelsblatt praises Greece's fiscal performance

The German financial daily Handelsblatt had words of praise for Greece’s fiscal performance in the context of its bailout memoran... Περισσότερα»

A long road to fiscal independence

Banking reform, privatisations key to exiting bailout memorandum

A long road to fiscal independence

The fiscal measures of the third bailout memorandum evaluation end with the tabling in parliament of the harsh 2018 state budget,... Περισσότερα»

Tsipras, Mitsotakis clash over policy, corruption

Tsipras, Mitsotakis clash over policy, corruption

The bitter mutual recriminations between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotak... Περισσότερα»

The bell tolls for non-performing business loans

The bell tolls for non-performing business loans

Following the sale by individual banks of packages of non-performing loans without collateral at very low prices, the time has co... Περισσότερα»

Tender announced for Alimos, Chios marina concessions

Tender announced for Alimos, Chios marina concessions

Greece’s state privatisation fund today announced two concessions of at least 35 years each, for the major marina of Alimos, on t... Περισσότερα»

Fofi Gennimata elected leader of new centre-left party

Fofi Gennimata elected leader of new centre-left party

The emerging centre-left party that Fofi Gennimata will lead bills itself as progressive and pluralistic and hopes to attract for... Περισσότερα»

Turkey-Nato relations on the brink

Turkey-Nato relations on the brink

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today announced his country’s withdrawal from a NATO military exercise in Norway after an ... Περισσότερα»

Turkey-Nato relations on the brink

Turkey-Nato relations on the brink

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today announced his country’s withdrawal from a NATO military exercise in Norway after an ... Περισσότερα»

No more electricity hand-outs for the wily wealthy

No more electricity hand-outs for the wily wealthy

In an effort curb a spate of cases of wealthy clients enjoying social welfare billing subsidies, the Public Power Corporation (PP... Περισσότερα»

Supreme Court prosecutor orders probe of Saudi deal

Supreme Court prosecutor orders probe of Saudi deal

The office of the Supreme Court (Areios Pagos) prosecutor has ordered a preliminary investigation of the circumstances of the sal... Περισσότερα»

Greek economic prosecutor to launch Paradise Papers probe

Greek economic prosecutor to launch Paradise Papers probe

The economic prosecutor is poised to launch an investigation of Greek citizens whose names appear in the so-called Paradise Paper... Περισσότερα»

Stournaras calls for measures to reverse brain drain

Stournaras calls for measures to reverse brain drain

Greece will find it extremely difficult to stem the brain drain - wrought by seven years of economic depression – without improve... Περισσότερα»

15 dead in Western Attica flood disaster

15 dead in Western Attica flood disaster

Flash floods in Mandra, Western Attica, and Megara have left 15 people dead and more than 10 hospitalised, amongst whom a woman w... Περισσότερα»

Saudi munitions deal 'middleman' a convicted smuggler

Saudi munitions deal 'middleman' a convicted smuggler

Vasilis Papadopoulos, who is said to have appeared as the middleman in a deal to sell munitions to Saudi Arabia, and who accordin... Περισσότερα»

Tsipras rolls back Sharia law in Thrace

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced a bill that will set limits to the jurisdiction of Islamic Sharia law in the province of Western Thrace

Tsipras rolls back Sharia law in Thrace

In a bold move that was long in coming, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced a bill that will set limits to the jurisdiction o... Περισσότερα»

‘Greek yogurt’ can only be produced in Greece

‘Greek yogurt’ can only be produced in Greece

The denomination “Greek yogurt” may only be applied to products that are produced in Greece,” a European Commission spokesman has... Περισσότερα»

Tsipras announces social welfare hand-outs

Tsipras announces social welfare hand-outs

In a sudden nationally televised address, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras detailed his government’s plan to offer 1.4 billion euros... Περισσότερα»


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