Yesterday’s News Wrap-up includes the following:

Comparatively better prospects for exports are one of the main factors behind the upward revision of Greece’s growth prospects for 2024, as the mild growth in the eurozone was expected to be the most significant brake on production, explains BMI.

The report notes that the test, which can reportedly detect blood in the stool of patients, will be provided to all citizens between the ages of 50-70 free of charge by the Greek government as part of the Health Ministry’s preventive screening program.

Although the eighth-century eruption is well documented, it was considered minor until now. However, as the research team discovered, it produced a huge amount of pumice—enough, in fact, to cover the surface of the Aegean all the way to the coast of Asia Minor, more than 400 kilometers away to the East.

The procurement plan, already in motion and slated for completion by 2030, was outlined by Minister Dendias during his address at the General Directorate for Defense Investments and Armaments (GDDIA), Greece’s agency responsible for the program management, development, and purchase of weapon systems.

The report emphasizes the significance of the Recovery and Resilience Facility in boosting the economy, presenting a scenario about how to address inflation, which, as it notes is a serious problem not only for households but also for the competitiveness of the Greek economy.

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