Many weeks after his last televised address on the subject, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis made a public appeal on Thursday for Greeks to take greater care to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, particularly in Athens, so authorities can avoid enforcing another lockdown.
Net deposit movements in the Greek banking system were positive by 421 billion euros in August, up from inflows of 3.32 billion in July, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures revealed on Friday.
Credit movement in the Greek private sector rose by 1.9 percent in August after an increase of 1.5 percent in July, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Friday.
An ambitious plan to pedestrianise large sections of Athens city centre has been scaled back drastically following a slew of criticism from the public and some urban planners.
Property developer Lamda Development’s half year (H1) results for 2020 showed that EBITDA dropped by 39.1 percent across the group’s three main shopping centres.
Greeks are facing the coronavirus crisis with a mixed bag of views and attitudes according to several surveys analysing the beliefs and behaviours of Greeks in the face of the pandemic.
One hot day in the summer of 1847, 19-year-old British soldier William Mills decided to take a dive in the Ionian Sea to cool down. Unfortunately for him, he was attacked and killed by a shark.