Yesterday’s News Wrap-up includes the following:

Economist IU: Greece Most Improved Globally for Business Atmosphere

As the EIU’s VAR model (Vector Autoregression) indicates, Greece witnessed the most noteworthy improvement, thanks to the pro-business government of the country, which has launched widespread reforms, cut taxes, and undertaken initiatives to boost business confidence.

Greek PM Mitsotakis Calls for ‘Defense’ Eurobonds at EU Summit

“Greece must remain fortified, and for this, it should explore new ways to finance defense expenditures,” underscored Mitsotakis as he attended the European Council Summit in Brussels.

Thessaloniki Among Four Greek Cities to Receive EC ‘Green’ City Award

The EU Mission Label was awarded by Iliana Ivanova, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth during a ceremony with mayors and city representatives at the EU Research & Innovation Days, the biggest forum in Europe to discuss the future of science and innovation and to co-create solutions with citizens and stakeholders

Greece Top Pick for Austrians in 2024

The Greek booth hosted a slew of co-exhibitors from the country’s regions including Central Greece, Central Macedonia, Eastern Macedonia – Thrace, Thessaly, Epirus, Ionian Islands, and Northern Aegean, with the attending stakeholders having the opportunity to exchange views and meet with other industry professionals.

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