Kouvelis President Candidacy Gains Fans

- August 25, 2014

The reported choice of Democratic Left leader Fotis Kouvelis to be the ruling parties nominee for the Greek Presidency is gaining support.

Baltakos Won’t Form Right-Wing Party

- August 24, 2014

A former adviser to Prime Minister Antonis Samaras says he won’t form his own party but wants New Democracy to chase far-right voters.

Coalition Tabs Kouvelis For President

- August 24, 2014

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition government will reportedly nominate Democratic Left leader Fotis Kouvelis to be President next year.

Greek Crisis Wiped Out Small Firms

- August 24, 2014

ATHENS – A crushing economic crisis and harsh austerity measures have combined to destroy thousands of small-and-medium-sized enterprises in Greece, particularly in its cities. Data […]

Greece Sets For Paris Troika Talks

- August 24, 2014

As critical September talks in Paris with its international lenders draws near, Greek officials are setting a strategy to get lower taxes and debt relief.

Greek Peach Farmers Wait On EU

- August 23, 2014

After promises of aid to make up for losses from a Russian embargo, Greece’s peach and nectarine producers still don’t have an answer.

Greece Readies Property Tax Change

- August 23, 2014

Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis, admitting the flawedENFIA property tax has led to wrong and prohibitive bills, said he’ll make changes.

Amphipolis Tomb Said Not Looted

- August 23, 2014

The chief archaeologist at the excavation of the Amphipolis tomb said massive stones sealing the entrance saved it from looting over the generations.