Greek textile sector crippled by plant closings
Having survived Greece's protracted financial crisis, the textile industry is now in steep decline due to COVID-19 pandemic. Until as recently as  »
In a city dominated by smaller, cost-conscious companies, co-working is quickly   »
After years of behind-the-scenes work, a new crop of modern tourist resorts are due to get   »
Greek parliament expected to approve emergency budget increase
The Greek government has directed parliament to approve proposals to increase the budget b  »
Finance Minister: Greece is delivering on reform promises
The Greek government has implemented precisely what it committed to last summer at the conclusion of talks of structural reforms in order to bring its  »
German DIW chief says Greek haircut only a matter of time
Greek creditors will inevitably be taking a haircut, claims Dr. Marcel Fratzscher, the Pre  »
Chinese and Russian capital is investing in Athens residential building ahead of expected   »
Trivago: Athens among the cheapest cities of Europe
Athens hotel prices showed a 15 percent increase in November 2015 compared to last year, w  »
Greek government and lenders reach agreement on energy issues
Greek authorities and the institutions on Tuesday finalized an agreement on ADMIE and energy auctions by Public Power Corporation aimed at liberalizin  »
IOVE predicts 1% GDP fall for 2016 for Greece
The Foundation for Economic & Industrial Research (IOVE) has predicted that the gross  »
Retail outlets that sell food to people are seen as a recession proof way to invest in rea   »
€566m PPP project nears completion in Athens
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre is on the verge of completion. Located on  »