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Bank of Greece: Lowering primary surplus target to 2% from 3.5% is 'feasible'

The rise of populism, the anti-EU rhetoric, the refugee crisis, Brexit and the legacy of the Greek crisis are risks to the recovery of the country's economy, Bank of Greece Governor Yiannis Stournaras said
September 23, 2016

Two successful bidders in TV licensing tender pay first installment

Alter Ego, the company established by shipowner Evangelos Marinakis, and SKAI TV paid to the General Secretariat of Information on Friday the first installment of their full bid totaling 24,633,333 euros
September 23, 2016

Mariculture industry a driving force of the economy

A positive growth outlook of the aquaculture industry globally, a know-how that has developed in the country all these years and a restructuring of companies in the sector were creating conditions capable to attract new investment capital
September 23, 2016

Greek civil aviation sector growing steadily

Greece's civil aviation sector is growing steadily in the last few years, an ICAP Group report said, with traffic in the country's airports surpassing 430,000 flights in 2015
September 23, 2016

Greeks travel despite the economic crisis, Manessis says

"The Greeks turn again to family packages and continue to travel despite the economic crisis" Andreas Manessis, founder and Chief Executive Officer in Manessis Travel, said in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency.
September 23, 2016

FM Kotzias meets with FYROM's counterpart Poposki

In the framework of the 71st Session and the high-level Week of the UN General Assembly in New York City, Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias met on Thursday September 22,
September 23, 2016

Government: 'Greece set an agenda on refugee issue that will open at EU Summit on Saturday'

The prime minister's trip to New York focused on three issues: the United Nations, the Cyprus problem and the Greek debt, according to government sources.
September 23, 2016

Schools for refugee children will go ahead as planned

Refugee children will attend schools as planned, government spokeswoman Olga Gerovassili said on Thursday during a visit to the city of Ioannina in western Greece.
September 23, 2016

Air traffic safety electronics personnel announces work stoppages, strikes

The air traffic safety electronics personnel of the Greek Civil Aviation Authority will hold work stoppages and strikes as of Friday and until September 29
September 23, 2016

UNESCO names Athens World Book Capital for 2018

UNESCO has selected Athens to be World Book Capital for 2018, according to UNESCO announcement issued on Wednesday.
September 15, 2016