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MONDAY

Summer sales begin and are scheduled to run through August 30.

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to meet with European Regional Policy Commissioner Johannes Hahn.

Final day for the electronic submission of income tax declarations.

The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) is holding its 7th Annual International Symposium on Agricultural Research, its 2nd Annual International Conference on Ecology, Ecosystems and Climate Change, its 2nd Annual International Conference on Water, and an Annual International Conference on Earth and Environmental Sciences. At Titania Hotel (52 Panepistimiou) in Athens through Thursday. It will also hold its 11th Annual International Conference on Law at the St George Lycabettus Boutique Hotel, 2 Kleomenous, Athens. To Thursday. (Info: www.atiner.gr)

Listed company Dionic is holding a general meeting of shareholders.

The governing board of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece will hold a meeting in the presence of Deputy Development Minister Odysseas Constantinopoulos. At 6 p.m.

TUESDAY

The Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) will auction three-month treasury bills.

The Electronic Trade Laboratory (ELTRUN) of Athens University for Economics and Business and Self Service magazine are awarding the most successful and innovative practices of enterprises in the Food and Non Food sector at the Self Service Excellence Awards 2014 ceremony. At the Hotel Grande Bretagne, Syntagma Square, Athens, at 7.30 p.m. (Info: 210.661.7777, kbousboukea@boussias.com)

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will publish its May figures on farming and agricultural imports and exports.

WEDNESDAY

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras travels to Brussels to participate in the European Council of European Union heads of state and government.

The Center of Athens Labor Unions (EKA) organizes a rally outside the Labor Ministry at 6 p.m.

Attica post office employees are holding a 24-hour strike.

Marketing Week magazine organizes the E-commerce Panorama conference at the Maroussi Plaza amphitheater, 3A Frangoklissias, Maroussi, Athens. (Info: 210.661.7777, vkotzia@boussias.com)

A workshop titled “Creative Industries-Design: Future Needs and Information Technologies,” will be held on the 4th floor of the Technical Chamber of Greece, 4 Nikis, Athens, from 3.30-7.30 p.m. (Info: www.cre-am.eu)

THURSDAY

Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis travels to Brussels to take part in the ECOFIN council of European Union economy and finance ministers.

The General Secretariat for Information Systems (GSIS) hosts an informative event on the security of information technology systems, from 2-5 p.m. at 1 Handri & Thessalonikis, Kallithea, Athens. (Info: 210.4802032, m.pouskouri@gsis.gr)

The 2014 International Conference on Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Computational Methods (PMAMCM) takes place on the island of Santorini, organized by the Technical Educational Institute of Athens. To Saturday. (Info: tinyurl.com/pmamcm)

The 18th International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Communications and Computers opens on the island of Santorini. To July 21. The event includes a conference on “Computer Science Education from Primary School to Higher Education: Challenges and strategies.” (Info: www.cscc2014.org)

A special session themed “Toward Cleaner Energy for Sustainable Development” to take place on the island of Santorini. To Saturday. (Info: liandong.zhu@uwasa.fi)

FRIDAY

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will publish its May data on the capacity of the Greek merchant fleet.

SATURDAY

Listed company Hellenic Fabrics will hold an annual general meeting.

SUNDAY

Retail stores will be open across Greece from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. as on the first Sunday of every sales period.

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