The phenomenon of meter tampering is costing Greece’s Public Power Corporation (PPC) between 60 and 70 million euros in revenue annually, with corruption and the possible involvement of agents from its subsidiary the Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator (DEDDHE) identified as the cause.
National Bank of Greece said on Thursday it had appointed Ioannis Kyriakopoulos as chief financial officer, as the country's largest bank prepares for another recapitalization as part of Greece's 86 billion euro bailout.
Monsanto said it would abide by Latvia's and Greece's requests under a new EU opt-out law to be excluded from its application to grow a genetically modified crop across the European Union, but accused them of ignoring science.
Greek pole-vaulter Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou won the bronze medal at the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing’s National Stadium on Wednesday. Kyriakopoulou cleared 4.80 meters for third place. Cuba’s Yarisley Silva took the gold with a vault of 4.90 meters. Fabiana Murer of Brazil won the silver. Kyriakopoulou’s medal was the 21st in Greece’s history at the world athletics championships. The last time the country won a medal at the tournament was in 2007.