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  1. Inspectors to crack down on tax dodgers

    The Independent Authority for Public Revenue is expected to focus in the coming days on three categories of professionals it suspects of widespread tax evasion: accountants, property realtors and auctioneers of high-value items. 

  2. GuestFlip develops platform where hoteliers can see reviews

    Greek startup GuestFlip has developed a platform that allows hotel owners to monitor feedback from customers on more than 50 online sites, such as TripAdvisor and Booking.com, and even Instagram hashtags. 

  3. MLS shareholders approve minimal dividend

    Listed metals company MLS will begin distributing its annual dividend to shareholders on September 3. 

  4. Elliniko project given boost after KAS limits building restrictions

    A significant obstacle to the mixed-use development of the former Athens airport at Elliniko was lifted on Wednesday, after the state’s Central Archaeological Council (KAS) unanimously decided to clarify and limit the scope of decisions made by the previous government, viewed by the developers as too restrictive. 

  5. Skilled people only

    Greece’s state sector must be staffed with capable individuals who don’t simply rely on their party background and connections.

  6. Wanted: Effective officials

    Greece suffers greatly from the ineptness and inactivity of people that take over state sector jobs despite lacking the necessary skills, qualities or enthusiasm.

  7. Albania rescues 36 Afghans from ship, trying to cross into Greece

    Albania's Defense Ministry says its ship in the Aegean Sea has rescued 36 Afghans trying to cross into Greece.

  8. Drug hauls on land and sea

    Port authorities in Gytheio, southern Greece, confiscated 1.067 tons of unprocessed cannabis that was found on board a Delaware-flagged yacht called My Dream sailing in the Gulf of Laconia on Wednesday morning. 

  9. From the failed 2016 coup attempt to the S-400s

    The moment when Turkey received the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile system, designed primarily to shoot down NATO planes, carries immense geopolitical significance, and as such it deserves closer inspection. Careful examination reveals a number of moves intended to send a message.

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