Mission chiefs pick up fifth review baton as Greece mulls new bond issueEconomyProgramme
Greek government officials are due to begin meetings with the institutions’ mission chiefs on Wednesday as part of the fifth enhanced surveillance review, which Athens hopes will pave the way for its three fiscal demands to be met later this year.
Promises and challenges of Greece's "green new deal"
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.
Energy bill also unveiled as legislative activity intensifiesPoliticsGreek Politics
On the same day it unveiled its much-trumpeted second tax bill, the government also put to public consultation on Thursday a draft law concerning the energy sector as a period of intense legislative activity gets underway.
Hatzidakis details plans for PPC, puts forward new CEOEconomyFeatures
Ahead of the summer parliamentary recess, the government is moving forward with its plans to rescue Greece’s struggling public utility, the Public Power Company (PPC).
Hatzidakis announces strategy for partial privatisation of PPCEconomyFeatures
The government has announced its plans for rescuing the state power corporation, the Public Power Corporation (PPC) and save it from collapse.
Talks to begin on plan to rescue PPC from dire financial straitsEconomy
One of the first orders of business for the new government is to tackle the beleaguered state-controlled energy company, the Public Power Corporation (PPC).
Fears and reassurances over PPC's dire financesEconomyFeatures
After a disastrous set of full year results for 2018 which showed net losses of over half a billion euros from continued operations, the future of the Public Power Corporation (PPC) has been a topic of hot debate in recent weeks.
Shifting geopolitical balance in East Med presents prospects and pitfallsPoliticsForeign Policy
There is no doubt that US–Turkey relations are currently at a nadir and there does not seem to be any sign of a recovery, which is keeping Athens on its toes.
EastMed pipeline close to high-level agreement, but still a long way from becoming reality
The EastMed pipeline project is approaching another milestone, with a summit due to take place between Israel, Cyprus and Greece in Jerusalem on March 20.
Deliberations over primary residence bill set to delay green light from EurogroupEconomyProgramme
The chances of Greece securing the eurozone’s approval for almost 1 billion euros in debt relief measures at Monday’s Eurogroup appear slim as Athens and the institutions had not settled on the details of the legislation for primary residences by Friday.