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  1. Olympiakos frustrates Efes, brings series back home

    Olympiakos stayed alive in the Euroleague with an imposing second-half performance in Istanbul and beat Anadolu Efes 74-62 on Friday to tie the play-off series 2-2 and bring it back to Piraeus next week.

  2. Delay in tax case rattles winemakers

    Winemakers are increasingly concerned by the fact that a year and a half after taking recourse to the Council of State asking for the cancellation of the ministerial decision to introduce a special consumption tax (SCT) on wine, no verdict has been issued yet.

  3. Good omens from French tourism market

    One of the key objectives for Greek tourism this season is the coverage of losses suffered last year in terms of arrivals and takings from French tourists, and there are already two positive signs in that direction.

  4. Property owners up against wall

    Apartment owners in central Athens and other parts of the Greek capital are ready to make the most of the increase in demand – mainly from foreign visitors – given that most people seeking a new home want to rent rather than buy.

  5. Private sector deposits edge upward in March

    Greek private sector bank deposits rose slightly in March after declining in the previous three months, central bank data showed on Friday.

  6. Retail sales rise 9.6 pct in February

    Greek retail sales by volume rose 9.6 percent in February compared to the same month a year ago after a 0.1 percent decline in January, statistics service ELSTAT said on Friday.

  7. ATHEX: Benchmark adds over 6 pct in a week

    The benchmark of the Greek bourse has ended the month on a new 18-month high on the back of expectations for a completion to the bailout review next month and the strengthening of the eurozone with the result of next weekend’s French presidential election.

  8. Police seek Pakistani anarchist linked to clashes with riot officers

    Police are seeking a 28-year-old Pakistani national in connection with an attack by anarchists on a riot police unit outside the 1930s refugee housing blocks on Alexandras Avenue in Athens last October, Kathimerini has learned.

  9. Artist takes over Syntagma Square for documenta 14

    Artist Maria Fragoudaki staged a performance titled ‘BedSheets: The Duality of Freedom’ as part of the documenta 14 art exhibition, at Athens's Syntagma Square on Thursday night. The international contemporary art exhibition that this year is taking place in both Athens and Kassel, Germany, opened in Athens on April 8 and is spread out over more than 40 different galleries, museums, squares, cinemas, university campuses and libraries across the city, with more than 160 artists displaying their work. [Simela Pantzartzi/EPA]

  10. Ex-defense minister set to stay in his cell a bit longer

    Despite initial expectations that former defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos would be released from prison Friday on the grounds of his ailing health, it appeared that he will stay in Korydallos Prison for a few more days for bureaucratic reasons. 

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