Greece ends capital controls after 50 months

By |avgust 26th, 2019|capital controls, Greek crisis, News|

The Greek government fully lifted the capital controls introduced during the crisis in 2015 on Monday (26 August), in a sign of its growing economic confidence following the end of the bailout programme last year.

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How to attract investments in Greece’s Attica

By |avgust 2nd, 2019|George Patoulis, Greek crisis, News|

As Greece has left behind the greatest economic downturn in modern history, it is required to achieve higher growth rates in the coming years so that economic growth can be sustainable, writes Dr George Patoulis, the regional governor of Attica in Greece.

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No member state raised concerns about Greece’s relief measures

By |maj 17th, 2019|Alexis Tsipras, Greece, Greek crisis, News|

EU member states have not raised concerns about relief measures recently announced by the Greek government. Diplomatic sources close to the issue told EURACTIV.com that only the EU institutions have.

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Greece 4.0: Leveraging technological change for an inclusive and sustained economic recovery

By |februar 27th, 2019|Digital skills, Greece, Greece bailout, Greek austerity, Greek bailout, Greek crisis, News|

How can the Greek economy continue its recovery? Investing in skills and technological change will be part of the solution, argues Cyril Muller.

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Greece gives investors another week for coal plant bids

By |januar 8th, 2019|coal, competition, electricity market, Greece, Greek bailout, Greek crisis, monopolies, News, PPC|

Greece has given investors another week to 15 January to submit binding bids for three coal-fired power plants and a licence to build another one, a senior energy ministry official told Reuters on Monday (7 January).

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Former Greek PM teases fresh bailout, Commission says Greece is ‘secured’

By |januar 7th, 2019|Greek austerity, Greek crisis, News|

Greece’s position at the heart of the eurozone and the European Union is "secured", according to the European Commission, following remarks made by a former Greek prime minister who claimed the country will soon seek fresh EU aid.

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Greek minister: CAP budget should be maintained to ensure agriculture sustainability

By |januar 3rd, 2019|Greek crisis, News, smart farming, Stavros Arachovitis|

If a proper balance between resources and obligations in the post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is not achieved, the future of the EU agriculture and countryside will be uncertain, said Greek agriculture minister Stavros Arachovitis.

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Greek parliament approves first post-bailout budget

By |december 19th, 2018|Alexis Tsipras, Austerity, budget deficit, European semester, Greek bailout, Greek crisis, Greek elections, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, New Democracy, News, pensions, SYRIZA|

Greek lawmakers approved on Tuesday (18 December) the country's first post-bailout budget which projects a high primary surplus next year and sees a pick-up in economic growth.

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Greek business chief urges political parties to align to save the country

By |december 17th, 2018|Alexis Tsipras, EU elections 2019, Greece-Macedonia deal, Greek austerity, Greek crisis, Konstantinos Michalos, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, News|

Greece’s pursuit of "sustainable growth" cannot be achieved by one political leader, so all democratic political forces should set aside their ideological differences and form an alliance, Konstantinos Michalos, President of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

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Greek pharma boss: ‘We reached our limits, our sustainability is at stake’

By |december 4th, 2018|drug pricing, Greek crisis, News|

The Greek pharmaceutical industry has reached its limits due to a number of “unreasonable” burdens imposed by the government during the crisis, Greek pharma chief Olympios Papadimitriou told EURACTIV.com in an interview. The sustainability of pharma companies is at stake, threatening 86,000 jobs, he said.

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