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Concerns grow over Kammenos, Kotzias dispute

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The government is concerned about the continuing clash between two erstwhile cabinet members – former defense minister Panos Kammenos and former foreign minister Nikos Kotzias – in the countdown to elections.

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Greek players making a name for themselves at Aussie Open

Stefanos Tsitsipas earned more than $100,000 in prize money for winning his third-round match at the Australian Open. Just as important to the 20-year-old born in Athens, he's going to have a souvlaki named after him at a Greek restaurant in Melbourne.

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Tax incentives for hiring young unemployed

ROULA SALOUROU

A circular released by the Finance Ministry, which activates a recent legal clause concerning incentives for enterprises that hire young or long-term unemployed people, offers tax incentives to employers who hire unemployed workers on top of their existing staff up until 2023.

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Investment in industry set to keep growing

Greek industries spent much more in investments last year compared to 2017, in response to increased demand and technological developments, according to a survey by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE).

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Overtourism hurts Santorini, says European Parliament report

ILIAS BELLOS

The European Parliament’s Transport Committee blasted Greek authorities on Thursday for allowing tourism on Santorini – one of the country’s top holiday destinations – to reach saturation point, saying that the island’s character and social fabric have been distorted by the uncontrolled daily flows of tens of thousands of tourists.

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Nederlands Dans Theater | Athens | February 1-4

One of the world's most dynamic and pioneering ensembles, the Nederlands Dans Theater returns to the Athens Concert Hall with a triple bill. Tickets are on sale and range from 15 to 55 euros.