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MONDAY

Traffic restrictions in downtown Athens are lifted from today until early September.

Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem and Public Order Minister Vassilis Kikilias are scheduled to visit a screening center for migrants on Lesvos.

The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) holds its 9th Annual International Symposium on Economic Theory, Policy and Applications at the St George Lycabettus Hotel (2 Kleomenous, Kolonaki). To Thursday. ATINER will also hold its 2nd Annual International Conference on Physics, its 2nd Annual International Conference on Chemistry and an International Conference on Turkey and Turkish Studies at the Titania Hotel (52 Panepistimiou). To Thursday. (Info: www.atiner.gr)

Listed group Maillis holds a general shareholders meeting.

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) publishes its May figures on industrial turnover.

TUESDAY

European Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, Public Order Minister Vassilis Kikilias, Development Minister Nikos Dendias and Attica Governor-elect Rena Dourou in Athens.

Eltech Anemos is to be listed on the Athens stock market.

Parliament is scheduled to begin debating a bill on simplifying the operation of tourism enterprises and infrastructure, as well as on special forms of tourism. To Wednesday.

The Logistics Management Institute of Greece (ILME) holds an event titled “Up Greek Logistics Summer Vibes” at the headquarters of the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) on Akti Miaouli in Piraeus, starting at 6.30 p.m. (Info: www.ilme.gr)

Listed company SIDMA holds an extraordinary general meeting.

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will publish its second-quarter data on new building construction costs and the June figures on new building construction materials’ prices.

WEDNESDAY

Prison employees hold a 24-hour strike. Also the Panhellenic Federation of Public Hospital Employees (POEDIN) will hold a work stoppage from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and a rally outside the Health Ministry at 11 a.m.

The Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) holds a press conference at 11.30 a.m. to present its “Report on the Greek Economy - Issue 2/2014” at the Theocharakis Foundation (9 Vassilissis Sofias, Athens). (Info: www.iobe.gr)

The Greek International Business Association (SEVE) will host a press conference at 11.30 a.m. at its Thessaloniki headquarters (1 Morihovou Square).

Listed firms Parnassos, Attikat and Tria Alfa hold general shareholders meetings.

The Bank of Greece will issue the results of its Border Survey on the arrival of non-residents from abroad in the first quarter of the year.

THURSDAY

EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn pays a two-day visit to the central city of Larissa. To Friday. He will meet with Thessaly Governor Costas Agorastos.

European Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki meets with Dimitris Karavelas, director of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Greece, in Athens.

The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) hosts a seminar on “The Plan for Production/Operation and the Assessment of Sustainability of a Small Enterprise” at its Zografou premises at 3 p.m. (Info: 210.772.1674, badvisor@central.ntua.gr)

Listed Marfin Investment Group holds a general meeting.

FRIDAY

Prison employees to hold a 24-hour strike.

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) publishes its provisional May figures on external trade.

Athens-listed firms Audiovisual and Alco Hellas hold general shareholders meetings.

SUNDAY

The first TEDxMonemvasia event, focusing on corporate innovation and progressive change and titled “Reclaim your Identity,” will take place at the Lazareto Hotel, Monemvasia, in the southeastern Peloponnese, from 8.30 p.m. until midnight. (Info: tedxmonemvasia.com)

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