Despite recent improvement, more than half of Greeks unable to afford one-week holiday
Support for euro grows in Greece, strong mistrust of EU easing
Study outlines economic potential of targeting senior and health tourism
New government aims for extensive changes to education system
Greek graduates still unequipped for job market, study suggests
Greece cheaper than average for majority of categories except food, most expensive for communications
Greek digital economy lagging due to weak demand, lack of skills
Greece’s digital economy is being held back by a weak demand for internet services, low levels of digital skills as well as suspicion about doing business online, a new EU-wide survey published this week has found.
Greece ranks 26th out of the 28 EU member states, according to the 2015 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).
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