Greece Prepares Online Platform for ‘Airbnb Tax’

Greece is cracking down on undeclared income of owners leasing residential lodgings on a short-term basis.

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Piraeus Bank Online Property Auction Raises More than €6...

The second open e-auction held by Piraeus Bank was successfully completed on Wednesday 25 October 2017, with 57 properties sold in total. The auction was conducted via the Bank’s innovative property auction website.

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Chinese Company Buys 75% Stake in Four Greek Wind Parks

China’s Shenhua Group has acquired a 75 percent stake in four wind parks developed by Copelouzos, the Greek developer said.

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TAP Gas Pipeline to Invest €1 Million in Greek Agricultural...

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will invest €1 million in educational and applied biotechnological activities, aiming at supporting the cultivation, marketing, and sale of distinct agri-food products or varieties locally produced in areas across the route of the pipeline.

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Olympic Torch Handed Over to Pyoengchang for Winter Games

The Olympic torch was formally handed over from Greece to Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games organizers on Tuesday, in a simple ceremony.

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Greek Passport Among Most Powerful in the World

In a surprising find, the Greek passport was acknowledged as one of the most powerful in the world.

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Spectacular Military Parade on ‘OXI Day’ in Thessaloniki

Thousands of people gathered in the centre of Thessaloniki to watch the military parade to commemorate the ‘OXI Day’.

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Tsipras in Parliament: Solid Growth for 2018

Speaking in Greek parliament on Friday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was more optimistic than ever about the country’s primary budget surplus in 2017, and the projected growth rate for 2018.

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Migrants Returning Home from Greece Start Businesses

The UN Migration Agency announced that more than 2,000 migrants who returned home voluntarily from Greece have successfully implemented personalized reintegration plans in their countries of origin over the last 15 months.

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Piraeus Bank to Hold Property Auction Online

Piraeus Bank is holding its second e-auction for the sale of bank-held properties.

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China buys Greek when no one else will

FORTUNE -- China is hunting for bargains in some unlikely corners of the world. Earlier this week, it opened its checkbook to make 14 commercial investments inside Greece, which is struggling to avoid defaulting on its mounting debt.

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Chinese Investor Buys 100 Apartments in Athens’s Exarchia

A Chinese investor has bought 100 apartments in the Exarchia area, a Kathimerini newspaper report says.

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Jan.-Sept. Greek Primary Budget Surplus at €4.5 billion,...

Greece’s primary budget surplus of 4.5 billion euros (£4 billion) in the first nine months of the year, is slightly below target due to lower tax revenues, finance ministry data showed on Monday.

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IMF’s Lagarde: Implementation of Program, Debt Relief...

The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, met Monday in Washington with the Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, to discuss recent developments in Greece and key issues ahead.

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Stores Turned Into Holiday Homes in Chalkidiki

Stores and other small properties in Chalkidiki, northern Greece are being converted into residences, due to the high demand for holiday homes at low and affordable prices.

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Possible NBG Bond Buy by ECB Could Offer Support to Greek...

The European Central Bank could buy covered bonds issued by the National Bank of Greece under its asset purchase scheme, providing indirect support for the Greek economy, according to financial sources familiar with the matter.

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