Reuters: Greece to Repay More Bailout Loans Ahead of Maturity in 2023

The country has relied solely on international markets for its borrowing needs since a third institutional bailout ended in 2018

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Mini Holiday Season in Greece for Upcoming Orthodox Easter

Occupancy rates reach up to 90% domestically for accommodations open ahead of peak summer season

Ag Min. Avgenakis: Greece-China Cooperation in Research, Education in Agri-Food Sector

Greek minister tours cutting-edge hydroponics and robotics facilities at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in Beijing

‘Rebrain Greece’ Event Held Successfully in London

"Rebrain Greece Strategy: Connecting talents with leading enterprises" event, co-organized by the Greek Ministry of Labor and Social Security and major Greek industry leaders, was held successfully in London on April 20

Greek Foreign Ministry Reax to Annual US State Department Human Rights Report

Athens reminded that it upholds Rule of Law, while unsubstantiated allegations in the US report are the product of NGOs, whereas no official response was solicited or recorded

Greek Foreign Ministry Reax to Annual US State Department Human Rights Report

Athens reminded that it upholds Rule of Law, while unsubstantiated allegations in the US report are the product of NGOs, whereas no official response was solicited or recorded

Last Sections of 136km E65 Highway Inaugurated on Tues.

Athens to Karditsa drive time is expected to drop to two and a half hours (under normal conditions), and some three hours from Athens to Trikala

Ag Min. Avgenakis: Greece-China Cooperation in Research, Education in Agri-Food Sector

Greek minister tours cutting-edge hydroponics and robotics facilities at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in Beijing

Europarl Elections: Court Cases that May Sway Greece’s Voters

With recent reports showing 7 out of 10 voters distrust the country's legal system, voter sentiment is expected to be impacted by rulings connected to several high-profile court cases as they head to the polls on June 9

Electric Energy: Greece’s New Sustainable Export

Moreover, a surplus of generated electricity cannot be fully absorbed by domestic grids and this excess power finds eager buyers in the form of companies entering into Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), willing to pay a premium for clean energy.

IOBE Revises Greek GDP Growth Downward, to 2.1% For 2024

Annual inflation is expected to reach 3%, up from the previous forecast of 2.8%

‘Rebrain Greece’ Event Held Successfully in London

"Rebrain Greece Strategy: Connecting talents with leading enterprises" event, co-organized by the Greek Ministry of Labor and Social Security and major Greek industry leaders, was held successfully in London on April 20

Reuters: Greece to Repay More Bailout Loans Ahead of Maturity in 2023

The country has relied solely on international markets for its borrowing needs since a third institutional bailout ended in 2018

‘Rebrain Greece’ Event Held Successfully in London

"Rebrain Greece Strategy: Connecting talents with leading enterprises" event, co-organized by the Greek Ministry of Labor and Social Security and major Greek industry leaders, was held successfully in London on April 20

Last Sections of 136km E65 Highway Inaugurated on Tues.

Athens to Karditsa drive time is expected to drop to two and a half hours (under normal conditions), and some three hours from Athens to Trikala

Greece’s Startup Ecosystem Set to Make Waves

Despite a funding slowdown in 2023, Greece's startup scene is poised for a strong 2024 fueled by headline-making exits

On this Day in History: April 23

Find out what significant events happened around the world today, April 23, in history

U.S.-China Internet War Intensifies as House Passes TikTok Ban

The measure, requiring ByteDance to sell the popular app or stop operating in the U.S., now heads to the Senate; TikTok’s general counsel to step down

$850 Millennium Falcons and $680 Titanics: Grown-Ups Are Now a Gold Mine for Lego

Adult fans of Lego, known as AFOLs, are now big business for the world’s largest toy maker

How Two Feuding Generals Drove Sudan to the Brink of Starvation

As war reaches one-year mark, U.N. agencies warn that 700,000 Sudanese children could die from hunger in 2024

U.S. Defense of Israel’s Skies Sparks Ukrainian Envy and Ire

Russia regularly fires drone and missiles, as Iran did at Israel. Ukraine is struggling to stop the death and destruction.

Skoufa Gallery Presents George Hadoulis’ ‘New Landscapes’

Comprising of twenty artworks, Hadoulis' solo exhibition will run until May 11