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Greece, Europe Brace for Afghan Refugee Influx

Greece and Europe are preparing for an influx of Afghan refugees as more are expected to flee the country following Afghanistan's takeover by the Taliban. Thousands of Afghans rushed to the capital's Hamid Karzai International Airport in hope of fleeing,...

Development Ministry: Political Uncertainty Halts Investments

Investors intending to place their money in Greece are waiting for the political uncertainty to clear, said Deputy Development Minister Notis Mitarakis. However, he added, some applications for entry into the fast-track system continue to come in. "There is a...

Greek MPs Xoulidou and Melas Testify on Alleged Bribery Case

Court of Appeals Prosecutor Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos on Thursday requested the waving of telephone communication privacy and asked for the assistance of the Electronic Crime Squad in searching for evidence in social media accounts related to the reopened case of...

Saudi Prince to Invest in Greece

Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal confirmed his interest in investing in Greece during a meeting with Greek Deputy Development Minister, Notis Mitarakis, and “Enterprise Greece” Chief Executive Officer, Stefanos Isaias, on Monday in Riyadh. The Greek deputy minister met with...

Record Interest in London’s Greek Road Show

"In comparison with previous years, we see increased interest for the participation of Greek enterprises that have come here in London. The market acknowledges there have been great changes in the Greek economy, both structural and fiscal. Changes that...

Greek Businesses in Beijing

Greece is awaiting the godsend Chinese investments, which were arranged after the recent visit of Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and his meeting with his Greek counterpart Antonis Samaras. It appears, however, that several Greek entrepreneurs have decided not to...

China Reaffirms Interest in Majority Stake of Athens Airport

  The Chinese consortium Friedmann Pacific Asset Management (FPAM) and Shenzhen Airport reaffirmed their interest in buying a majority stake in the Athens International Airport at a meeting held on Thursday, July 3. During the meeting, attended by Development and Competitiveness Deputy...