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Some market sectors improved profits with the ‘click-away’ system

The “click away” system where consumers pick up their electronic or telephone orders at the shop has helped certain market sectors recover from losses of the year due to the coronavirus restrictions, leading trade chamber representative Vassilis Korkidis said on Friday. The service was in operation for short time over …

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Airbnb market in downward trend as property owners see income decrease

The fashion of the short-term leases via the online platform Airbnb is slowly starting to go downwards both in terms of occupancy and prices According to daily tanea, more and more property owners in Athens and Attica abandon the short-term leases and return to traditional “tenants.” Fierce competition and rising …

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Ancient Greek Amphora of “disputed ownership” to be auctioned in New York

An Ancient Greek Amphora is to go on auction in New York at the end of the month. Too bad that the ownership is currently disputed by Greek forensic archaeologists who have alerted authorities to investigate the issue.  The black-figured amphora may end back to Greece, local media report. The …

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FinMin Schaeuble suggests Greece should issue IOUs – Did he agree with Varoufakis, after all?

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble suggested that Greece should issue IOUs in order to meet some of its domestic payment obligations. According to information of German daily Handelsblatt, Schaueble suggested the IOUs option during discussions with other euro zone finance ministers at the Eurogroup meeting yesterday, Monday. Citing eurogroup participants, …

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Church of Greece requests the withdrawal of shoes

I would never thought that the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece would care about …shoes. But this is exactly what happened! Because a shoe-manufacturer brought to the market shoes bearing the symbol of the Holy Cross on their soles. In a statement the Holy Synod of the Church …

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Confusion whether Greek banks passed Stress Tests; Athens Stock Exchange -3.29%

Hardly had the European Central Bank released Sunday the official results of the stress tests, Greek mainstream media started to hail “Greek banks passed the tests” and “No need for recapitalization”. It took just a couple of minutes for a war of words to break out on the internet with …

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