Greek industrialists decry conditions as another major firm moves its HQ abroad


Greece’s industrialists have cited the departure of yet another major firm from the country as evidence that the government is failing to create conditions for growth, despite the coalition claiming that the business environment is improving.

Viohalco Hellenic Copper and Aluminum Industry revealed on Monday that it is moving its headquarters from to Brussels, following in the footsteps of dairy firm Fage, Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling and S&B Minerals which also quit Greece during the past 12 ...

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