AGENDA OF THE DAY
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Revenue losses from the spring lockdown sustained by hotels in Attica and Thessaloniki are estimated at 350 million euros for the first half of the year, when almost all hotels shu
Lamda Development is issuing a seven-year corporate bond on Wednesday to help finance its mega-project at Elliniko, with the interest expected to range between 3.4% and 3.8%.
More investments by foreign funds are expected within the coming months for Greek technology startups, with General Catalyst, a fund managing a total of $7.5 billion, telling Kathi
The mix of geopolitical, public health and financial concerns has prevented the Greek stock market from stopping its slide for one more day, the eighth in a row, with its benchmark
Four weeks after the introduction of the initial set of restrictions as part of Athens City Hall’s Grand Walk – an extensive network of pedestrianized streets and bicyc
Intensifying localized lockdowns and making masks compulsory in all indoor public spaces are among the measures being mulled by the government as coronavirus infections continue to
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and US President Donald Trump agreed in a phone call to work more closely in Libya to ensure lasting stability in the country, the Turkish presiden
The committee of experts advising the government on the management of the coronavirus pandemic has repeatedly proven its efficacy. Taking this as a given, its recommendation to ban
Two construction site workers died on Tuesday after falling down the elevator shaft of a building in Palaio Faliro, south of Athens.
The government is planning an overhaul of the country’s National Intelligence Service (EYP) foreseeing, among other things, the controversial transfer of one of its key depar
Greece took part in an undisclosed trilateral meeting with Germany and Turkey held before the EU Foreign Affairs Council on Monday in the wake of Turkey’s controversial decis
Greek authorities announced 58 new cases of coronavirus and no fatalities in the past 24 hours Tuesday.
The Citizens’ Protection Ministry on Tuesday dismissed reports that the death of a 26-year-old man in Volos in central Greece may have been related to alleged injuries inflic
The Finance Ministry is contemplating a further extension of the deadline for the submission of income tax declarations by 10 to 15 days, as more than 2.3 million statements have n
A 91-year-old Greek mariner is running for a place in the Guinness World Records as the oldest amateur competition sailor, after his team submitted his nomination for the renowned
The Labor Ministry is setting up a new framework for teleworking, an option that was widely applied during the spring lockdown to keep many companies from going under.
Turkey’s foreign minister on Tuesday chided the European Union over its condemnation of a Turkish decision to convert Istanbul’s iconic Hagia Sophia from a museum to a
Greece on Tuesday described Turkey’s decision to convert the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul to a mosque as “unnecessary and petty” and called for tougher European Union