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Tue, Nov 12, 2019
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  1. Police seeking robbers behind fifth smash-and-grab

    Authorities in Athens are seeking the perpetrators behind a robbery in which a car were used to smash through the front windows of an electronics shop before the premises were looted.

  2. On visit of President Xi, officials sign 16 bilateral deals, aim to boost Piraeus presence

    Welcoming Chinese President Xi Jinping to Athens ahead of the signing of 16 bilateral deals Monday, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis described the two countries’ cooperation as a road that “will soon become a highway.” 

  3. Making Piraeus Europe’s biggest port

    Chinese shipping giant Cosco is about to start a dialogue with the Greek government on the terms and conditions that will allow for its investment master plan for Piraeus port to expand from the currently approved 600 million to its full amount of 900 million euros.

  4. Traffic disruptions in central Athens for Xi's visit to the Acropolis Museum

    Streets around Athens’ main Syntagma square, the Hilton hotel and the Acropolis Hill will be closed off to traffic on Tuesday morning, to facilitate Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the Acropolis Museum, authorities said.

  5. Police clear fourth squat in Exarcheia

    More than 100 refugees and migrants were evicted by police from a building in the Exarchia district, central Athens, on Tuesday morning, the state-run news agency ANA-MPA reported.

  6. Interest from abroad in local properties has grown 25 pct

    Demand for properties from potential foreign buyers has this year soared 25 percent compared to 2018, according to an analysis by property ad website Spitogatos. 

  7. Government optimism for a positive review from Brussels

    Up until just a few days ago, the main field of pending actions for the successful closure of the fourth post-bailout assessment by the country’s creditors, in the context of Greece’s enhanced surveillance, was the energy sector, according to sources from Brussels.

  8. Greece has EU’s 2nd lowest working rate in 55-64 age group

    Just four in every 10 Greeks (41.1 percent) aged from 55 to 64 years are active in the labor market.

  9. Gasoline cars are regaining ground over diesel vehicles

    Greeks are returning to gasoline-fueled cars, as data point to a rapid decline in the market share of diesel vehicles.

  10. ATHEX: Benchmark slips below 860 pts on weak turnover

    Greek stocks retained on Monday their southbound course set last week, with the benchmark losing just over 1 percent and trading volume remaining low, following the warning by Moody’s that the global economy appears headed toward a slowdown.