French President Macron to Push Eurozone Reforms from Athens

French President Emmanuel Macron will travel to Athens next month to send a message to fellow eurozone leaders about the need to strengthen the currency union, at a time when Greece is emerging from years of economic crisis, French officials said.

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Greece to Open Tenders for Oil and Gas Explorations

The Greek government has opened two tenders for offshore oil and gas blocks in the Mediterranean and Ionian Seas and has invited IOCs to submit bids.

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Greece Celebrates Lighthouses Weekend with 23 of them Open...

Greece celebrates International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend today, Sunday, with 23 lighthouses across the country open to the public.

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Three Must-See Islands that Most Tourists Miss!

Everyone knows of the popular Greek island destinations to visit while in Greece.

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Required investment: hotel in Greece

Only during the first four months this year, more than 2,6 million foreign tourists visited Greece, which is 3.2% more, compared to the same period last year.

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Greek Government to Invest in Kastellorizo Island...

Greece’s General Secretariat for the Aegean and Island Policy and the country’s shipping industry have signed a €870,000 ($1 million) contract to build a desalination plant on Kastellorizo island, according to a report by Kathimerini news daily.

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Seven-Month Government Budget Surplus Beats Target

The Greek central government attained a primary budget surplus of 3.05 billion euros in the first seven months of 2017, beating its target by 955 million euros thanks to lower spending, finance ministry data showed on Monday.

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Attica Group Acquires Majority Stake in Hellenic Seaways

Attica Holdings S.A. (Attica Group) announced an agreement in principle, with Piraeus Bank and other minority shareholders for the acquisition of 39,039,833 shares in total of Hellenic Seaways Maritime (HSW) representing 50.30% of the share capital of HSW.

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Attica Bank Sells Non Performing Loans Portfolio

Non-systemic Greek lender Attica Bank has announced the sale of a non-performing loan (NPL) portfolio, a development that was approved by the Bank of Greece (BoG), its regulatory overseer.

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Athens Metro Expansion Project Receives Four Bids

Four bidders have expressed interest in Greece’s tender for a €1.45 billion ($1.70 billion) project to expand the Athens metro, state-owned Attiko Metro announced on Thursday.

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New Development Bank will Fund Infrastructure Projects

The Greek government will set up a development bank to fund infrastructure projects, start ups, small businesses and export oriented companies, the government’s economic policy council announced on Friday.

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Industrial Production Growth Eases After 8 Months

Greece’s industrial production growth eased markedly in June, after accelerating in the prior month, preliminary data from the Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) showed Tuesday.

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"Green Light" for six new skyscrapers in Athens

Six new high-rise buildings of 200 meters are planned, among other things, to be constructed, as part of the investment in the former airport in Elliniko, according to "Naftemporiki".

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Athens Prepares for August Full Moon and Partial Eclipse on...

Sky-gazers in Athens will enjoy a double astronomical treat on Monday (August 7) as the August full moon will be followed by a partial lunar eclipse, visible from most parts of Europe, South and East Asia, Africa and Australia.

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Four Bidders Expected for Athens Metro Project

Four bidders are expected to show interest in Greece‘s tender to build a 1.45 billion euro ($1.72 billion) project to expand the Athens metro, a source familiar with the matter said.

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International Air Arrivals up by 10.5% During First Half of...

International airport arrivals rose at double-digit rates in the first half of 2017, Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) announced on Wednesday.

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