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Greek Cement Giant Titan Moves HQ to Belgium, Vows to Maintain Greek Presence

Greece’s biggest cement producer, the Titan Group, has announced that its moving its headquarters to Belgium and its administrative headquarters to Cyprus. The multinational company, which operates in 14 countries across five continents, has accepted a voluntary tender offer by...

German Newspaper Connects Rising Greek Share With Trump Victory

A report on Düsseldorf financial newspaper Handelsblatt connects the rise of a Greek share with the Donald Trump victory in last week's U.S. elections. In the Handelsblatt report, the state of the Greek economy is described as being only for...

Canadair Falls While Fighting Fire at Viotia, Pilots Safe

A firefighting Canadair CL-215 fell while on duty, 1km north of the Titan cement factory on the border between the region of Attica and Viotia, central Greece. The pilots had to conduct an emergency landing on Sunday morning while...

Biggest Graffiti in Greece Opens to Public

The biggest graffiti in an industrial site in Greece will open to visitors at TITAN industry in Thessaloniki within the framework of the Open House Thessaloniki 2015. The paintings that decorate the industry cover 2,000 square meters and the artists...

Septicflesh: The Greek Death Metal Band that Just Took Over Australia

One of the most well-known symphonic death metal bands of Greece, Septicflesh, toured Australia with great success. Mary Boukouvalas caught up with band member Christos Antoniou to discuss the long, and often bumpy path of Septicflesh in the music scene. Septicflesh roar...

Titan Cement Says It Won't Leave Greece

Only a few days after Coca Cola Hellenic (CCH) got approval from British authorities to list on the London Stock Exchange as part of the company's move to Switzerland, Greece's biggest cement producer Titan denied a report it was...

Greek Construction Shrinks for Sixth Year in 2011

Greek construction shrank for a sixth consecutive year in 2011 and is unlikely to recover in 2012, hit by a tax onslaught and an investment slump caused by EU/IMF-imposed austerity policies, statistics service (ELSTAT) data showed on Thursday. Building activity in...