Grassroots protests highlight public discontent with development policiesPoliticsGreek Politics
While the government has been devoting its energies to managing the fallout from the Tempe accident, New Democracy appears to have been taken aback by public protests on a number of other issues ranging from water privatisation to tourism development.
Sensing weakened government, opposition pushes back against blame-sharing for rail accidentPoliticsGreek Politics
The continuing expressions of public anger sparked by the deadly train collision in central Greece almost two weeks ago have given the opposition the upper hand as New Democracy struggles to maintain a consistent line against its falling popularity ratings.
Record FDI flow into Greece raises bar, but is it sustainable?
Greece has reported record flows of inward investment in 2021 and looks set to exceed the amount again in 2022.
Privatisation of key northern ports on hold amid strategic rethinkPoliticsGreek Politics
The ports of Alexandroupoli and Kavala in northern Greece are to remain under state control, according to a surprise announcement made last week.
Updated privatisation plan seeks to make up for ground lost in 2020Economy
Greece’s asset development fund (HRADF) released its updated development plan on Monday, which outlines the latest information on the 23 projects that the fund is engaged in.
HRADF development plan reviews privatisation actions for the rest of the yearEconomyMacroeconomy
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) has revised its asset development plan (ADP) for the remainder of the year.
Contribution made by privatisations to GDP since 2010 underlined in new studyEconomyFeatures
Greece’s Foundation for Economic and Industrial research (IOBE) has presented a new study which shows that between 2011 to 2019, privatisations provided an important boost to annual GDP.
Coronavirus to delay much of privatisation planEconomyFeatures
Greece’s privatisations have stalled under the coronavirus pandemic, with most major privatisations making no progress.
Govt delivers diaspora vote, leads polls but receives Hellinikon complaintPoliticsGreek Politics
A rare moment of consensus has led to Greek Parliament allowing Greeks living abroad to vote in national elections from their country of residence as a new wide-ranging opinion poll indicates New Democracy is still dominating its rivals.
HRADF development plan lays out list of actions pending for privatisationsEconomyFeatures
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.