The Greek Minister of Finance is visiting the US in order to meet with executives of the IMF and the World Bank, as well as with American investors, in order to make some steps before the visit of the Greek PM. An important social step forward was the voting of the legislation regarding gender identity […]
The new legislation promoted by the Greek government regarding the taxi market is causing massive reactions as it significantly affects one of the most innovative Greek investments, the mobile application Taxibeat (now Beat), completely changing the nature of their operations. The investment for Hellenikon remains in the spotlight, as the decision of the Central Archaeological […]
The environmental disaster in the coastline of Attica continues, while volunteers and authorities try to purify the sea and the beaches, in order to limit the damage to the long-term environmental equilibrium. The investment at Chalkidiki, which was at risk due to protestations on its negatives effects on the environment, seems to find its path […]
Major environmental damage has been caused in the Argosaronic gulf due to the sinking of a small oil tanker. The oil spill has spread in beaches of Salamina and Attica and many efforts are being made in order to face this ecocatastrophe. The gold mine in Chalkidiki is an investment that is causing conflicts between […]
Athens is moving around the visit of the French president, E. Macron, who is visiting Greece along with French entrepreneurs. The candidacies for the leadership of the new central-left political body are completed today, with the elections to be conducted during November.
Greeks are finding themselves back to the daily routine, as many of them have returned from their summer holidays. The return to reality is rapid, as Greeks are to pay their income tax, as well as ENFIA (residence tax).
It’s August and most of the Greeks are in summer vacation mood. A new series of laws regarding higher education was voted among reactions especially regarding the restoring of academic asylum, i.e. the exclusion of police forces from the university premises. Another education related issue that triggered reactions is the decision than the school’s flag-bearer […]
We can finally say that Greece is out in the financial markets. The first (and trial in a way) Greek bond issuance after 2014 was moderately successful. A conflict erupted between the ex Minister of Finance Y.Varoufakis and the Greek government after claims regarding the period before the referendum and the PM’s attitude.
The ground of Kos was shaken from a massive earthquake of 6.4R, that left two young people dead and several injured, some of them severely. The continuing of the imprisonment of a PhD student has caused massive reactions and protests. The accusations are based on a quite shaken ground due to insufficient evidence; however this […]
Greece is preparing to reenter the financial markets, by issuing a 5-year bond. The lifting of the excessive deficit procedure for Greece was a significant step for the country’s re-entrance in the markets. A positive signal is that the sale of 2 lignite-based units of PPC is being prepared and is to be sent to […]