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.
Nineteen organizations have signed an open letter addressed to Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis calling for the protection of unaccompanied child migrants.
The epidemic that started in the Far East and has spread to Greece’s close neighbors is expected to have multiple impacts on local economic activity.
The Finance Ministry is pondering a legal clause that will identify uninsured vehicles in real time and change the system of fines imposed on their owners.
A man who had been admitted to a coronavirus isolation unit of Athens' Soritia hospital on Tuesday showing flu-like symptoms, tested negative to the virus.
Police in riot gear threw teargas and fired water cannon at Greek islanders as they tried to prevent access to construction sites for new migrant detention centres by setting fires, hurling flares and blockading the gates.
A man was admitted to a coronavirus isolation unit of Athens' Soritia hospital on Tuesday showing flu-like symptoms, according to news website Skai.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said on Tuesday that his country wishes to participate in the trilateral cooperation among Cyprus, Greece, and Israel in the energy field, saying his country is a "natural continuation" geographically.
Five people were detained on Tuesday afternoon after about 70 hooded individuals hurled stones, sticks and other objects against riot police officers outside the Athens University of Economics and Business in central Athens.
Southern Europe’s bond markets succumbed to selling pressure on Tuesday as concern that Italy may not be alone in combating the coronavirus outbreak gripped markets.