Prime Minister Antonis Samaras wants uniform salaries in the Greek public service and plans to ask the Troika for tax breaks.
Greek diplomats and Russian food inspectors will meet Aug. 11 in Moscow as Greece hopes to get exempted from a food ban.
ATHENS – It’s just a blip on the radar screen during unemployment rates still near record highs, but hirings in Greece in July were more […]
As Greek officials try to correct flawed property tax bills, taxpayers may have to make two payments in September.
Greece recorded a 1.8-billion euro surplus at the government general level for the first half of the year, by not paying its bills.
Despite assurances workers won’t be fired for failing evaluations, public employee unions are planning strikes against the plan.
With Russia planning a ban on food stuffs from western countries in retaliation for economic sanctions over its role in a Ukraine uprising, Greek officials are hoping to secure a pledge that meats, agricultural, and dairy exports from Greece, among other commodities, would still be accepted.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ hopes to get Greece to start recovering have been hit by a jobless rate still at 27.2 percent.
The deadline for paying the first installment of a new unified Greek property tax bill has been pushed back a month to Sept. 29.
A summer session of Parliament approved a multi-bill needed to get a one billion-euro installment from international lenders.