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19 June 2018
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85 articles, 9 pages

The Greek economic adjustment programs have all failed

16 November 17 |
The programmes only helped Greece recover to a limited extent, the European Court of Auditors released said, and had not succeeded in restoring the country’s ability to finance its needs on the markets, as of mid-2017.

Greek SMEs are accelerating their growth

14 November 17 |
According to the Piraeus Bank’s economic analysis and investment strategy department, the average credit rate of Greek SMEs was "a" in 2017, improved from "b" in 2016.

IMF: Greek economy to grow by 1.8% in 2017

13 November 17 |
In its report on European economy, the IMF said it expected a 10.8 pct increase in net investments this year.

Real estate investors are indifferent for Athens

09 November 17 | Irene Theofanidou
“Emerging trends in Real Estate Europe 2018” report published by PwC and ULI, Athens is quietly picking up and perhaps belies its spot.

European workers are struggling to make a living

08 November 17 |
Minimum wages would have to increase by 62% in Spain, 28% in Germany, 25% in Greece and 22% in the UK just to reach a level below the low-wage threshold.

Energy investments in Greece expected to soar by 2025

07 November 17 |
The survey estimated that energy demand in Southeastern Europe will quadruple by 2050 to 219 million tons of oil equivalent in 2050.

Adoptions in Greece plunge 18,5% in 2016

01 November 17 |
Adoptive parents were mainly married couples (15.4% decline), while one-parent families declined sharply, by 46.3%.

Greece and the European transport gateway potential

31 October 17 |
EY’s report noted that the transport sector is one of the most important sectors of the Greek economy and an important source of income and jobs.

Greek households' spending for groceries plunges 21.7%

18 October 17 |
The study found that the average Greek household spent €5,578 on grocery goods a year in 2009, while this figure had fallen by €1,211 in 2016, to €4,367.

IOBE expects 1,5% drop in Greek growth rate

17 October 17 |
IOBE sees a growth rate of at least 2 pct of GDP for Greece in 2018.
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