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Friday, August 22, 2014

Time to kick a stupid habit

Official figures indicate that tax dodging continues unabated across Greece’s tourist areas. According to data made available by the Finance Ministry following checks conducted between July 7 and August 17, enterprises in the tourism sector – including ho... ...


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Vodafone Greece reports jump in data traffic over Assumption

Vodafone Greece announced that it's data traffic more than doubled compared to a year earlier over the Assumption holiday weekend and LTE traffic ...


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Greece asks EU to develop LNG backup plan

Greece has asked the European Commission to set up a backup plan to ensure liquefied natural gas (LNG) is available for Balkan countries in the event of potential disruptions to Russian gas supplies stemming from the crisis in Ukraine. In a letter sent to European Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger, Greek Energy Minister Yannis Maniatis proposed an EU emergency mechanism to ensure that ...


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Greece asks EU to develop LNG backup plan

Greece has asked the European Commission to set up a backup plan to ensure liquefied natural gas (LNG) is available for Balkan countries in the event of potential disruptions to Russian gas supplies stemming from the crisis in Ukraine. In a letter sent to European Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger, Greek Energy Minister Yannis Maniatis proposed an EU emergency mechanism to ensure that ...


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Amphipolis Dig: Politicians Not Wanted

Archaeologists excavating a large burial mound in northern Greece asked politicians and others seeking guided tours to leave them in peace. The post Amphipolis Dig: Politicians Not Wanted appeared first on The National Herald.


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Property Taxes Kill Greek Growth

High property taxes on devalued buildings has stunted growth in Greece and held back recovery, a report from Alpha Bank indicated. The post Property Taxes Kill Greek Growth appeared first on The National Herald.


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Stomach Bug Hits Rhodes Tourists

It was a virus, not food poisoning that affected hundreds of tourists at a hotel on Rhodes, Greece's Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) said. The post Stomach Bug Hits Rhodes Tourists appeared first on The National Herald.


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