German Fraport Asks Greece to Respect Agreement on Regional Airports
The finance director of Fraport, a German airports management company, expressed his optimism that the new Greek government will respect the 1.4 billion dollar agreement regarding 14 regional airports in Greece. In an interview with the German business newspaper Boersen-Zeitung,...
German Optics Company to Buy Greek Island for Customers
A well-known German eyewear company has challenged its customers to buy 420,000 frames and, in exchange, it will buy a Greek island for them. Libuda Optic World, based in Villingen-Schwenningen in southern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, which is specialized in manufacturing and selling...
Rheinmetall Fined for Greek Armament Deals
Rheinnmetall, a German arms and defense systems supplier, received a 37.1-million-euro fine for bribing Greek officials. A company representative is being accused of bribing officials in Greece in order to close armament deals. The prosecutors from Bremen, Germany, who were researching the case,...