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EU report: Tensions in East Mediterranean increased due to Turkey

Tensions in the East Mediterranean region increased due to Turkey, an annual European Commission report on EU enlargement said on Tuesday, in its review of countries working towards accession to the union. In its report, the Commission said, “Tensions in the East Mediterranean region, undermining regional stability and security, increased …

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Greece ‘s Covid Observatory: Declining age of ICU patients, increase in deaths, hospitalizations

The latest surge in the coronavirus cases in Greece is showing a tendency toward stabilization but deaths and intensive care hospitalizations, especially among young people, are on the rise, the country’s Covid Observatory said in its 13th report on Friday. “The high number of COVID-19 cases continues to be the …

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“Pissarides draft report”: 14 proposals for Greece’s development policy

The Greek government released for public consultation on Monday the preliminary draft of the road map for the development of the Greek economy prepared by the “Pissarides Commission.” Main goal is to boost productivity, increase exports, better connect production with technology and innovation, and support labor. He stressed that several …

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Cost of electricity in Greece the highest among EU’s 27

Greece had the highest average cost of electricity among the 27 member-states of the European Union in the first quarter of 2020, a report by the European Commission published on Thursday has shown. The Greek electricity wholesale rate, which is also used to determine the retail rate, stood at 50 …

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One in two workers in Greece’s private sector left out of work

The lockdown imposed almost horizontally due to the coronavirus pandemic had almost one in two private sector workers out of work, either permanently or for a limited period, according to report on labor published by the National Institute of Labor and Human Resources (EIEAD). The report shows that more than 940,000 …

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32.8% of Greek employees could work from home, says report

32.8% of employees in Greece could work from home, a report by the Centre of Planning & Economic Research (KEPE) said on Monday.The report uses data from 2019 and makes use of the occasion of the lockdown experience due to the coronavirus outbreak. According to the report, 1,263,000 workers in …

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Coronavirus Greece: Oldest patient is 101 years old, says epidemiology report

Greece’s National Health Organization EODY published a report about the course of the coronavirus in the country, geographical and demographic data. The oldest patient infected with COVID-19 is 101 years old and is currently hospitalized, the report noted. The infectious evolution of the corona SARS-COV-2 in Greece  as well as …

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Bank of Greece sees zero growth in 2020 due to conoravirus

The Greek economy will fall to zero growth this year while it will show a significant divergence from fiscal targets for the year, the Bank of Greece said in its annual report on the Greek economy, presented on Friday. The report noted that the smooth course of the economy was …

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COVID-19 Statistics: First epidemiology report in Greece Feb20-Mar20

Greece’s National Health Organization EODY released on Saturday statistics data on the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country. The data have been collected for the period February 20 until March 20, 2020. Categories include age and geographical regions. According to the latest official data released on March 20, the …

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IMF report: Greece made progress, just remain on reforms path

One of the same: Greece has made steps towards creating a more competitive and dynamic economy, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in a report published on Friday. However, the country “should remain on the road of reforms, to preserve a general fiscal balance and the restructuring of the banking …

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EU Migration management in Greece & Italy has not reached full potential

The European union should step up action on asylum, relocation and return of migrants to better meet the objectives of its support, said the Migration report on Greece and Italy published by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) published on Wednesday. The Migration report states among others that emergency relocation …

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IMF report on Greece: Lower Primary Surpluses and …Wages

The staff of International Monetary Fund (IMF) has published the preliminary findings after paying a visit to Greece in the context of the 4. post bailout program enhanced surveillance review. Stressing that “The views expressed in the staff report and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF’s Executive …

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Four people die of West Nile virus, 35 infected in Greece

West Nile mosquito

Two more people died last week due to West Nile virus infection, increasing the number of deaths since the begin of mosquitoes season to four. According to the latest epidemiological report by the Greek National Public Health Organization (EHOD) published on Thursday, August 8th 2019, the number of West Nile …

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Suzanne Eaton “victim of criminal act,” says coroner after autopsy

What authorities and locals suspected and her family feared was confirmed through the autopsy on Wednesday. Dr Suzanne Eaton, the US biologist, was a victim of a violent criminal act, she was murdered and her body was most likely hidden by the perpetrator/s in the old German bunker in Xamoudohori …

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Expats report: “Fragments of a life in several places across Greece”

We love to hear by expats writing about their experiences from their life in Greece. Jacqueline Paizis, an author and KTG reader sent us her “fragments of a life” here and told us also about a book she wrote, a novel “the Cleaner of Kastoria.” Greece has been part of …

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PM Tsipras rejects Commission report as dictated by “ultra-conservatives in Brussels”

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras rebuffed the European Commission report over the recent “relief measures.” The Commission was taking a leaf out of his political opponents’ book before snap elections, Tsipras said. In statements outside the Maximos Mansion, Tsipras said the results of the European elections had whetted the appetite …

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Finance Ministry: EU Commission has been wrong on Greece’s surplus projections also in the past

The Greek Finance Ministry dismissed the report of the European Commission released earlier today. “The primary surplus for the general government in 2019 will reach 4.1% of the GDP,” sources of the finance ministry told media and rejected the evaluation that the relief measures pose a risk for the agreed …

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