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  1. Self-restraint within

    We usually express it as a wish. We say that foreign policy matters require maturity and calm. 

  2. Olympiakos and PAOK enjoy their days out

    Olympiakos and PAOK scored comfortable away wins on Sunday to keep leading the Super League race after the 14th round of games, while Panathinaikos has risen to fifth for the first time this season.

  3. Greek bond rally looks set to continue

    Greek government bonds have doubtlessly been a key focus for investors in 2019, with their returns being impressive as well as surprising for most.

  4. Praxia must quickly find cash or face ax

    Banker Bob Diamond, formerly chief executive at Barclays and founding partner and CEO of Atlas Merchant Capital Fund LP, only has 12 working days to collect funds of 30 million euros to ensure the operation of Praxia Bank, the digital lender in which Atlas is the exclusive stakeholder.

  5. Negotiations over division of Elliniko plot to last some time

    Lamda Development is currently locked in difficult and detailed negotiations with the Greek state over the division of the plot of the former Athens airport at Elliniko.

  6. Mitsotakis to meet Lagarde on Tuesday

    Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ first meeting with the new head of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, will take place on Tuesday afternoon in Frankfurt, in the context of the farewell dinner for outgoing ECB board member Benoit Coeure.

  7. Agenda


    Europe Direct and the University of Athens are scheduled to hold an event titled “What Do We Know About the Cohesion Policy of the European Union?”.

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  9. Farmers to stage protests in early 2020

    Greek farmers are likely to try to block the main north-south highway toward the end of January to force the government to agree to their longstanding demands for cheaper diesel fuel and higher support prices for their products.

  10. Official tours border area, checks on migrant control measures

    Deputy Defense Minister Alkiviadis Stefanis toured the border area of Evros for two days last week to appraise the readiness of the armed and security forces to deal with increased migrant flows.

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