Even if they get lousy service, Americans leave tips in Greece, and are among the most generous among visitors who leave 100 million euros a year.
Envoys from Greece’s international lenders will return this week as Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition administration girds for questions over delayed reforms.
Unpaid by the state, which is withholding payments, Greece’s government is losing 16 billion euros annually because the businesses fail or fire workers.
New Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras, who was a political appointment by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, said he won’t be pressured by politics.
ATHENS/ANA-MPA – Prime Minister Antonis Samara met on June 25 with Andrew Liveris, Chairman and CEO of the Dow Chemical Company and Rich Hume, General […]
Five lawmakers from Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ New Democracy Conservatives said they will vote against restoring pay and pensions to judges.
Cleaning ladies being fired from their Finance Ministry jobs turned out again in protest on June 25, this time outside the General Accounting Office.
While U.S. chain Starbucks is raising prices in the United States, it will cut them in Greece, land of coffee houses and where competition is fierce.
An American company is one of the bidders for the Greek postal system ELTA being put up for sale as part of a lagging privatization push.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ hopes for an economic recovery could be derailed in 2016 – next scheduled national elections – when money to fund pensions will run out. With austerity measures creating record record unemployment, there aren’t enough workers paying into the retirement system.