Recent announcements promise a radical shake-up of the Greek power sector, with the government pledging to put the country among the global leaders in the transition to a zero-carbon economy.
The Hellinikon project appears to have run into delays again as complications have arisen in the tender for the permit to build a casino resort on the site of the former Athens airport.
A working paper from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the shadow economy of Europe has shown that the phenomenon continues to persist in the Greek economy.
The Bank of Greece (BoG) Financial Stability Report for December has shed light on a number of fiscal trends in Greece, including the rise in card transactions in 2019.
The OECD Government at a Glance report for 2019 has shown the shortcomings in providing services to Greeks in areas such as health, justice, education and perceptions of trust for the government.
The government tabled its much-anticipated tax relief package in Parliament on Tuesday night, making good on some of its pre-election pledges.
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.