The latest OECD Government at a Glance report for 2019 has illustrated the way in which public spending has changed in Greece across the crisis years.
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) has noted in its revised business development plan that a number of barriers still remain in place for several major privatisations to move forward, including the redevelopment of the Hellinikon.
A bill bringing changes to the framework for the protection of primary residences was submitted to Parliament yesterday by the Finance Ministry, which is hoping to boost the number of applications.
The privatisation of the Athens International Airport (AIA) moved forward a step this week when the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) announced that 10 investment schemes expressed interest in the first phase of acquiring a 30 percent stake in the airport currently held by HRADF.
The latest Doing Business Indicators report for 2020 by the World Bank Group has shown that Greece fell to number 79 out of 190 economies worldwide.
The government is taking measures to reduce the VAT on all properties built from 2006 onwards in order to kick-start the country’s stagnant property market.
New details about the development project at the former Athens airport, Hellinikon, have revealed that building work is expected to begin in 2020.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) for 2018 has shown that Greece fell two places in a year, standing at number 59.
The head of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH) on Tuesday presented data outlining the immediate impact of the collapse of Thomas Cook on the Greek hotel sector.
The collapse of British travel firm Thomas Cook on Monday left around 50,000 tourists stranded in Greece, mainly on the country’s islands.