We have redesigned all NSRF (National Strategic Reference Framework) programmes by setting as key condition the creation of new jobs and opening them up to dynamic productive groups with no access until now, says Alternate Minister of Economy and Dev…

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“Where does Greek Theatre stand? Doesn’t the large number of performances indicate the flourishing of Modern Greek dramaturgy? Isn’t its voice heard? Unfortunately, the answer is no; it is not heard enough. And, of course, quantity…

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Greece is once again a pioneering force in the field of natural beauty. Microsmetics is a promising EU funded project for the discovery of novel cosmeceutical agents from microorganisms, which aspires to become a successful model of an efficient, lon…

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A new Master's degree in Orthodox Theology, taught entirely in English, offered by the International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki, provides students interested in theology with a unique opportunity to learn more about Eastern Orthodox Christi…

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Greek exports retained their strength in the first nine months of 2017, despite the problems the business sector continues to face, and expanded their presence in non-EU countries significantly.

The data came from the analysis by the Panhellenic Expo…

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According to the results of a survey published by NGO Prolepsis Institute, the prolonged socio-economic crisis in Greece is increasing the problem of food insecurity and enhances unhealthy eating habits in children, while affecting severely their abi…

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The EuroMemorandum 2018 report titled “Can the EU still be saved? The implications of a multi-speed Europe” draws on discussions and papers presented at the 23rd Workshop on Alternative Economic Policy in Europe, organized by the EuroMem…

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During an official visit to the town Kalavryta (13.12), scene of war-time atrocities in WWII, the President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos referred to the issue of German war reparations and the forced occupation loan demanded by the N…

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In a recent interview with the Sunday weekly newspaper “To Vima”*, Greece’s representative at the International Monetary Fund Michalis Psalidopoulos notes the progress made in the effort towards a definitive solution to the Greek de…

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