Pierre Rosanvallon, who holds the chair in modern and contemporary political history at the Collège de France, was invited by the French Institute in Greece to deliver a lecture on the challenges faced by democracy in the 21st century. He spok…

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Economist Kostas Melas, in a recent interview for newpaper Epohi (12.11), commented on the Commission´s economic projections for Greece and how factors like the the third review process, primary surplusses, private consumption,…

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Culturescapes Greece 2017 opened its gates on October 5th in the city of Basel, Switzerland. CULTURESCAPES is an annual autumn Swiss festival organised by the eponymous non-profit foundation promoting cultural exchange between Switzerland and other c…

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The overall contribution of the passenger shipping sector to the Greek economy, including the operation in the Adriatic sea routes, is estimated at 9.2% of GDP in 2016, according to a study by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOB…

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Born in Athens, Dimitris Athanitis studied cinema and architecture. Member of the European and Greek Film Academy, he has directed seven feature and three short films. His last film “Invisible” (2016) won 14 awards and screened at more t…

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Amid the on-going third review of the ESM support programme for Greece, all economic indicators show an improvement of economic outlook pointing to a revival of economic activity. Talks between the Greek government and the mission chiefs of the Inst…

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Athens Technopolis and the Industrial Gas Museum are holding a series of events to celebrate “160 years of Gazi” – that is, 160 years since the foundation of the Athens Gasworks.

The name “Gazi” refers to the Greek collo…

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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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Valia Aranitou is Assistant professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Crete and Director of the Institute of commerce and services, National Confederation of Hellenic Commerce. Here are selected parts of her interview with Pavlo…

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Administrative reform is among the top priorities of the Greek government aiming to transform public administration into a key tool for economic prosperity, serving at the same time the needs of citizens and businesses. Within this scope, a coherent…

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