economy

The Fourth Delphi Economic Forum is under way

The Fourth Delphi Economic Forum opened yesterday, February 28, 2019, in the presence of representatives from 24 countries, 500 speakers from around the world,...

The Greek State issues first five-year bond in the post-memorandum era

The bidding book is expected to open any minute now, and by the time it closes this afternoon, it will be evident as to...

The support program for Greece’s economy concluded

On Monday, August 20, the ESM program supporting Greece’s economy is officially concluded. Greece has successfully exited the three-year support program, which was concluded...

Tsipras to address the General Meeting of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is visiting Thessaloniki, on Monday, to address the annual General Meeting of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece (SBBE)....

Tsipras: Tourism is the main pillar for the recovery of Greece’s economy

Addressing the General Meeting of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) on Thursday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras referred to the prospects of Greece’s economy, with...

Juncker visits Athens

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is visiting Athens, on Thursday, one day before the Eurogroup of Sofia, where the Institutions will inform the partners...

Greece looks set to return to the markets with a 7-yr bond issue next...

By Dimitris Kontogiannis Greece is likely to tap international markets with a 7-year bond next week, according to informed sources, in a bid to build...

WSJ: Greece’s economy has returned to growth

Greece’s economy has returned to growth and the country has been able to draw money from the international markets, according to an article of...

PM Tsipras: The time of Greece’s economy has come

“I am pleased to say that the time of Greece’s economy has come”, stressed Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressing the conference of the American-Hellenic...

Greece’s economy is returning to growth

The growth rate for 2017 will be slightly under 1.5%, according to a study by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) presented...