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TUI promises even more tourists
By Stathis Kousounis
Leading European tour operator TUI will bring some 2.2 million tourists to Greece next year, in addition to getting the season off to an early start compared to other years and offering its clients new, smaller Greek destinations.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
Feverish talks on payment plan proposals
While old debts to the state have grown to 70.1 billion euros, after adding another billion in September, an eagerly anticipated r...
TUI promises even more tourists
Leading European tour operator TUI will bring some 2.2 million tourists to Greece next year, in addition to getting the season off...
Greek yields drop to 7.83 pct as investors await ECB move
Low-rated eurozone bond yields fell on Tuesday after several sources told Reuters the European Central Bank was considering buying...
Athens bourse index leaps on big bank gains
The third straight day of Greek stock market gains brought the benchmark close to the 1,000-point mark on Tuesday, as investors ar...
Think-tank says political uncertainty slowing investment in Greece
Political uncertainty ahead of a presidential vote early next year is dampening investment appetite in Greece, the Athens-based IO...
Tax debts to Greek state exceed 70 billion euros
Tax debts to the Greek state hit a new record in September, reaching a total of 70.16 billion euros from 69.24 billion euros in Au...
Greek 2013 budget gap revised down to 1.8 pct/GDP
Greece had a smaller than previously reported budget deficit last year, the European Union's statistics office said on Tuesday, as...
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Local tourism could see more arrivals, investments next year
 
By Stathis Kousounis
Next year could turn out to be a season of significant investments in the tourism sector, Tourism Development Minister Olga Kefaloyianni said on Monday while addressing the first day of a conference organized by the Association of Hellenic Tourism Enterprises (SETE) in Athens.

Hong Kong telecom group buys out Greek start-up
 
By Vangelis Mandravelis
Hong Kong-based telecommunications multinational PCCW Global has announced it has bought out Greek start-up Crypteia Networks, aiming to incorporate its products into the group’s portfolio.
 
INTERVIEW
RICHARD GNODDE
'Greece has already found its way'
By Babis Papadimitriou
“I think the markets will support you,” says Richard Gnodde, co-chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs International and co-head of the Investment Banking Division in this interview with Kathimerini on Sunday during a recent visit to Athens.
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GREEK NUTRITION
A guardian of food traditions
By Calliope Patera
Aikaterini Kamilaki-Polymerou’s specialist field is Greek nutrition, its history, recipes and cooking techniques, and she is an authority on the subject today. She is also the former director of the Hellenic Folklore Research Center.
ARCHITECTURE
HERITAGE
A Greek village on sale in Asia Minor
By Giorgos Lialios
Until 1922, Livissi was populated mainly by Greeks – 3,500 according to some sources and 6,500 according to others – who were forced to abandon hearth and home as part of the population exchanges between Greece and Turkey.
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