Greek Banks Didn’t Want Foreclosures

- December 23, 2013

ATHENS – While Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition government celebrated when Parliament approved a unified property tax and a partial lifting of a ban on […]

Greece, Turkey Building Money Bridge

- December 22, 2013

While some tensions remain over religious issues and the ongoing mock dogfights when Turkish fighter pilots routinely violate Greek air space, Greece and Turkey are […]

Greek Jockeys Demand Privatization

- December 22, 2013

ATHENS – Greece hasn’t seen many demonstrations in favor of privatization during its acute four-year financial crisis, but jockeys are keen to be rid of […]

Greece Urged to Dilute Olive Oil

- December 20, 2013

KALO PEDI, Greece  – It was used to groom ancient Olympic athletes and remains a widely used modern staple in Greece’s diet. But olive oil […]

Blanket Foreclosure Ban Ends Dec. 31

- December 19, 2013

ATHENS – Greece’s coalition government plans to lift a complete ban on foreclosures when it expires on Dec. 31 but officials said it would be […]

Greek Jobless Rate Eases – By .1%

- December 19, 2013

ATHENS – Greece’s record unemployment rate, pushed to a record 27.6 percent at one point during a crushing economic crisis worsened by harsh austerity measures, […]

Foreclosure Ban Lifting Seen Set

- December 18, 2013

ATHENS – Greece’s coalition government, unable to come to terms with its international lenders who wanted an outright lifting of a ban on foreclosures so […]