The discussion about the Macedonian name issue, which began in earnest in New York this week, is gradually becoming a key factor in the domestic political scene.
Rating agency S&P raised Greece’s long-term credit rating to ‘B’ from ‘B-’ on Friday, maintaining the positive outlook.
Greece’s industrial turnover grew by 12.9 percent in November after October’s figure was upwardly revised to 11.6 percent, according to Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) data published on Friday.
The Bank of Greece (BoG) presents in its semiannual overview of the Greek financial system a sensitivity analysis on active NPE management by Greek financial institutions in relation to the operational targets of reducing their stock to 64.6 billion euros, from 101.8 billion, by the end of 2019.
Following the vote on the multi-bill on Monday, the Greek government is taking stock of where things stand and trying to respond to MPs and party members regarding their concerns about the months to come.
Greece’s central government primary cash balance landed at a deficit of 877 million euros for the full year up to December 2017, compared to a surplus of 1.95 billion euros for 2016, Bank of Greece (BoG) data revealed on Thursday.
Research by the National School of Public Health has revealed the changing habits of Greeks during the crisis when it comes to addressing their health problems.
Nine years since facing bankruptcy and subsequently having experienced the most severe economic crisis in its modern history, which took away a quarter of the economy and employment, a country should at least have identified the reasons that it found itself in such a mess.