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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis says Greece has embarked on a sustained boom that will surprise analysts with its durability and strength, and his message to the investment community is clear: “Don’t miss the chance to be part of a successful growth story.”
Shipping is Greece’s most extroverted sector and continues to play a leading global role in the global maritime industry, says Yiannis Plakiotakis, Minister of Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy.
Over 60% of Bosch’s products can connect to the internet, and by 2025 all of its products will use artificial intelligence in either their operation or production, says Ioannis Capras, Managing Director of Bosch Greece.
Vassilios Psaltis, CEO of Alpha Bank, says a comprehensive transformation that is underway will help Alpha to clean up its balance sheet, dramatically reduce NPLs, and allow it to “become a bank once again”, reasserting its leading role as a financier of households, businesses, and the Greek economy.
Nicholas Papapolitis, Managing Partner of Papapolitis & Papapolitis, says their international law firm offers strategic advice so clients can effectively navigate Greece’s evolving, and at times complex, legal landscape.
International industrial conglomerate MYTILINEOS’ successful strategy for growth has been reinvestment in core operations, continued cost efficiencies, and leveraging synergies to yield strong cash flows, says Investor Relations Director, Cleo Lymberis.
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.
Greece continues to play a central role as a pillar of stability and growth in the broader region, while relations with the U.S. are at their historic apex, says Nikos Dendias, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
WIND continues to invest in technology and infrastructure to maintain a leading position as it rolls out the next generation of fixed, mobile, and internet services in Greece. Its aim is to help close the gap with European frontrunners, says George Tsaprounis, Head of Corporate Affairs at WIND.
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As a border between the European Union and Turkey, the islands of the North Aegean have faced intense challenges in recent years:
On Friday, July 3, Greek Prime Minister @kmitsotakis was present for the start of demolition works at the site of the old Athens airport, which will make way for the emblematic Hellinikon redevelopment project.
Greece’s privatisation fund HRADF launches the first stage in the tender for a 50-year concession on the South Kavala underground natural gas storage facility, which will include the conversion of the depleted gas reservoir into an estimated 1 bcm storage facility.
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Greece will not accept a return to the strict oversight once imposed by its international creditors in return for EU emergency aid to deal with the impact of the coronavirus, PM Mitsotakis tells the @FT. https://www.ekathimerini.com/254399/article/ekathimerini/news/mitsotakis-greece-will-not-accept-conditions-on-coronavirus-aid
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