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As Greece prepares to fully re-open to tourism on July 1, business leaders put forward strategic proposals to transform the economy through the EU Recovery Fund.
As economic indicators begin to capture the full effect of the pandemic, investors and the government are keeping their eyes on the day after, with an industrial policy push and ...
On the eve of reopening to tourism, the markets gave Greece a vote of confidence snapping up the latest 10-year bond issue at a record low yield.
Greece sets out plans for radical economic over overhaul, as investor sentiment improves
Moves to jump-start the tourist season gather pace, as Athens welcomes proposals for an EU Recovery Fund
Country lockdowns across Western Europe and North America have shed light on a direct correlation between epidemiological and financial volatility. And Greece, a country that has fared exceptionally well in ...
With lockdown easing further, the Greek government launched the second phase of its economic support plan and marked the calendar for the reopening of tourism.
Widely seen as one of the safest country’s in the world following its acclaimed management of the coronavirus pandemic, Harry Theoharis, Greece’s Minister for Tourism, lays out plan ...
Greece’s hopes of welcoming tourists were boosted by the European Commission’s travel and tourism roadmap, as internal travel restrictions are being gradually lifted and airlines have announced summer ...
Sotirios Theofanis, Chairman of the BoD & Managing Director of Thessaloniki Port Authority S.A., says planned expansion will help make Thessaloniki an international transportation hub for southeastern Europe and the Balkans.
Pascal Apostolides, General Manager of AbbVie, says that further development of the clinical trials landscape in Greece, especially regarding the legislation for approval timelines, will help the company expand its footprint in the coming years.
Dr. David G. Horner, President of The American College of Greece (ACG), says the educational and academic skills acquired by students attending Pierce, Deree, and Alba seek to best match those required by employers and graduate schools.
Pierre Moscovici, the outgoing European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, says investor confidence in Greece has dramatically increased and can continue to do so provided the reform momentum is maintained.
New and established gaming products bolster OPAP’s strong financial performance, while transformational initiatives and focus on entertainment set to drive future growth, says company CEO, Damian Cope.
Kostis Hatzidakis, Minister of Environment and Energy, says Greece is stepping up efforts to bring more renewable energy projects to fruition, attract energy investments, and play a greater regional role.
Vassilis Kontozamanis, Deputy Minister for Health, says greater private-public sector cooperation and a digital transformation of Greece’s health sector will result in a more efficient and effective healthcare system, bolstering access to new markets such as medical tourism and silver-economy healthcare services.
Christian Hadjiminas, President of EFA Group, says Greece’s biggest strength is its highly skilled workforce, and he encourages other foreign companies to use Greece as a coproduction hub for the wider area.
Slated as one of Greece’s top five strategic projects, TIF-Helexpo’s masterplan foresees the completion of a new exhibition and conference centre in 2026, says the organisation’s President Anastasios Tzikas, while the 85th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), honouring Germany, is set to break the 300,000-visitor barrier.
The tiny Dodecanese island of Tilos, located in the eastern Aegean, leads an EU initiative helping islands switch to environmentally friendly power.
New international airport on Crete to provide visitors with enhanced arrival experience.
After taking over the management of 14 airports, Fraport spends €410 million in a revamp plan to upgrade Greece’s regional airports as the tourism sector booms.
The new freight village will be able to service 400 trucks and 50 train cars per day with a broader range of services.
Greece joins Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands in the race to medical cannabis market leadership.
After years of delays and bureaucratic obstacles, it is finally hoped that construction at the site of the former airport in southern Athens will begin in 2020. The landmark €8 billion real estate development is expected to create tens of thousands of new jobs and bolster economic growth in the years to come.
China’s COSCO Shipping delivers strong results as the Port of Piraeus continues to make further advances, breaking the 5 million Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU) barrier, climbing global rankings, and strengthening Greece’s role as a leading regional transportation hub.
Innovative technologies integrated into everyday life, boosting the standard of living.
If you thought there was an extra-special lustre to the Attica coastline last summer, there’s a simple explanation.
They say that after the Chinese, the Greeks really do like a bet, with references to gambling dating back thousands of years for both ancient civilisations.
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Vivartia has become a leader in the Greek food services market, and while they’re always looking at ways to perfect their products and bring them to even more local households, they also believe that extraversion will drive the company’s future growth.
Greece is seeking to become a transport and logistics hub for southeastern Europe, and to attain this, the country has committed to some major infrastructure projects, including the Thriasio Logistics Centre.
They’ll now move on to Phase B, the binding offers phase of the tender process. It’s one of several privatisation projects that are currently moving forward in Greece. https://bit.ly/2ZcFiBG
Greece’s privatisation agency HRADF (also known by its Greek acronym TAIPED), has announced that seven investors are in the running for 65% of the share capital of DEPA Commercial SA, the country’s main gas supplier company.
Bosch Greece understands the way technology can improve life for Greeks, and is getting ready to push IoT forward.
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