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  1. Mixed impact on local firms from coronavirus outbreak

    Greek business is not hiding its concern about the spread of the new coronavirus, primarily in China and Italy, even though Greek enterprises have yet to feel any major negative impact from the virus.

  2. France supports Greek demands for more fiscal space

    Christos Staikouras and Bruno Le Maire discussed the implementation of the agreement they recently signed in Paris for boosting investments in Athens on Tuesday.

  3. M&A rise confirms sentiment shift

    “Greece’s return to the markets, or the recovery of confidence” could have been the title of the survey of company mergers and acquisitions in Greece last year, said Kyriakos Andreou, partner and chief analyst at PricewaterhouseCoopers Greece at the start of the annual report’s presentation on Tuesday in Athens.

  4. ATHEX: Local stocks stage partial recovery

    Greek stocks on Tuesday reclaimed some of the ground lost in Monday’s 8.3 percent slump, on very encouraging trading volume, with banks jumping by over 5 percent to cover almost half of the previous day’s losses.

  5. Parliament opens debate on new social security bill

    Greek lawmakers started debating on Tuesday evening a social security bill, which Labor Minister Yiannis Vroutsis describing it as a "watershed" law that will affect current and future generations. 

  6. Clint Eastwood and the Democrats’ dilemma

    In an interview with the Wall Street Journal over the weekend, Clint Eastwood endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg. Support for Bloomberg from one of Hollywood’s few Republican directors and actors says a lot about the situation the Democrats find themselves in at the moment as well as the choices dawning upon them.

  7. Blanket rejectionism

    It goes without saying that the political opposition has an institutional obligation to keep the government in check.

  8. Posidonia debut 
for Space Horizon

    Maritime consulting firm Space Horizon will be making its first Posidonia appearance as an exhibitor this year to promote the company’s innovations to a global audience of shipping industry decision-makers. 

  9. Greek M&A deals bolstered in 2019, corporates turn to bonds- PwC

    Mergers and acquisitions picked up in Greece last year as an improving investment climate led to increased deals, according to figures from business consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers on Tuesday.

  10. Nineteen groups appeal to PM to protect unaccompanied child migrants

    Nineteen organizations have signed an open letter addressed to Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis calling for the protection of unaccompanied child migrants. 

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