After a brief summer break, the Greek government is preparing to resume legislative activity, although its next move will not be linked to dozens of bailout commitments that are still pending.
Greece's travel receipts rose by 14.2 percent in June, picking up pace from the growth of 1.7 percent noted in May, Bank of Greece (BoG) data revealed on Tuesday.
The brief respite for the government from bailout-related tasks is coming to an end as focus is gradually moving towards the next bailout review and the prior actions that Athens has to complete.
Greece’s current account (C/A) balance turned to a surplus of 842.3 million euros in June from 909.8 million a year ago, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Monday.
According to a new report by the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, Greece is set to have one of the worst population demographics in Europe by 2050.
Ninety-one forest fires within 24 hours were recorded in Tuesday’s report by the Fire Service.