The Bank of Greece has released the results of the stress tests that BlackRock Solutions carried out on the loan portfolios of the country’s banks. Banks must come up with […]
The process of the privatisation of the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) will formally get underway on March 7 2014, with Hellenic Republic Assets Develop ...
Greek gas company DEPA has reached an agreement with Russia’s Gazprom on a 15 per cent price cut on the supply of gas. The price slash will be backd ...
Greece posted a current account surplus in 2013, the first time since official data collection began in 1948, the country’s central bank said on Wed ...
Greece’s hopes of being granted debt relief by its EU counterparts were dealt a blow on February 17. Following a Eurogroup meeting in Brussels, group President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said the […]
Greek and international companies put their newest products on display at a food and beverage trade fair near the Athens airport. In the modern hall, stands run by the conference’s […]
On the back of positive sentiment about the future, 2013 saw Greek shipowners placing a record number of orders, estimated at 25 per cent of the global orderbook, with shipbuilders […]
Former Hellenic Postbank chief Angelos Filippides was released on bail on February 10 2014 after being ordered to pay two million euro. The former CEO was held in custody having […]
Bulgaria’s Regional Development Minister Dessislava Terzieva officially unveiled the new road stretch between Kurdjali and Podkova in southeastern Bulgaria on February 4, meant to offer a shorter and improved route […]
Reports emerged in Greece on February 3 indicating Athens will not sign up for a third Eurozone bailout deal – which involves accepting to implement fresh fiscal measures under a […]