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  1. Olympiakos denies Spurs victory in Piraeus

    Tough nut Olympiakos came back from 2-0 down to snatch a 2-2 draw from Tottenham on its opening night in the Champions League in Piraeus on Wednesday.

  2. British fund takes over indebted firm Notos Com

    Debt manager Pillarstone and British investment fund M&G have signed a deal for the latter to provisionally undertake Notos Com’s loans worth 7 million euros.

  3. Subsidies for ferries to remote islands rise 45 percent

    The Shipping Ministry is granting Greek coastal shipping a new lease of life with its decision to include subsidized ferry services to remote islands in the Public Investments Program, increasing the funds for this domain from 90 million to 130 million euros.

  4. Hotels trapped by sour credit from banks in liquidation

    Tourism Minister Haris Theocharis made a public intervention on Wednesday regarding the bad loans of hoteliers in the portfolios of banks that are under liquidation, as this represents a major problem for the tourism domain.

  5. ATHEX: Traders turn their attention back to local stock market

    The containment of the rise in global oil rates and the new all-time low in the 10-year Greek bond yield spurred local stocks to a notable rise on Wednesday, with a remarkable increase in trading volume too.

  6. Looking for true followers

    Surely it is time for Greece’s most affluent citizens to step up, not out of self-interest, but in order to help the country through this critical time. 

  7. A condemned dogma

    The idea that rivals sometimes need to be put in jail so that a party can win an election has well and truly been condemned. Judgement on politicians, not least prime ministers, is passed when the ballots open. This was the case in the summer with Greece’s previous premier.

  8. The (new) Greek economic miracle

    After a devastating decade-long crisis, the very idea of an economic miracle seems like a paradox. Yet it is something that was a reality for two decades in the aftermath of World War II, when the Greek economy was the second fastest-growing in the world.

  9. Thousands of fish dead in Koroneia lake as water levels dropped to 60cm

    Thousands of freshwater fish, mostly carp, have been found dead around Lake Koroneia, where the water level has fallen dramatically to just 60-80 cm.

  10. Prosecutor seeks to boost probe into Mati fire tragedy

    A senior appeals court prosecutor Yiannis Moraitakis on Wednesday requested a session of judicial officials to assign a special magistrate to oversee the ongoing investigation into last year’s disastrous wildfires in Mati, eastern Attica, that killed more than 100 people.

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