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Debt pay plan may hurt talks
By Roula Salourou and Sotiris Nikas
A new regulation regarding payment programs for debts to the state and social security funds has added more thorny issues to the already difficult negotiations between the government and its creditors, the European Central Bank, European Commission and the International Monetary Fund.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
Nicosia says reforms are bringing results
Economic reforms in Cyprus are starting to yield results, the government said on Saturday after one credit-rating agency upgraded ...
TAIPED waits for green light from Eurostat
Eurostat has frozen the securitization of properties that the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) had been planning....
Trade deficit shrinks on big drop in imports
Greece’s trade deficit shrank 29.5 percent year-on-year in August as a result of the considerable 16.3 percent decline in imports,...
SMEs unable to claim subsidies
Nearly half of the budget of the most ambitious plan to date for the funding of small businesses is at risk of going to waste, as ...
Taxes kept growing in second quarter
Taxes have grown and incomes have declined in Greece during the second quarter of the year according to data released on Friday by...
Thessaloniki Port expects 2014 to be record year
Thessaloniki Port Authority (OLTH) expects 2014 to be the best year for the country’s second port since OLTH was founded. It estim...
Debt pay plan may hurt talks
A new regulation regarding payment programs for debts to the state and social security funds has added more thorny issues to the a...
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Taxes kept growing in second quarter
 
Taxes have grown and incomes have declined in Greece during the second quarter of the year according to data released on Friday by the Hellenic Statistical Authority.

SMEs unable to claim subsidies
 
By Evgenia Tzortzi
Nearly half of the budget of the most ambitious plan to date for the funding of small businesses is at risk of going to waste, as about 60 percent of eligible small and medium-sized enterprises have not collected the subsidies and implemented their investments.
 
INTERVIEW
JOSEF ACKERMANN
The past, present and future of the Greek debt crisis
By Costas Karkagiannis
For a decade, until mid-2012, Josef Ackermann was the CEO at Deutsche Bank. It was a position that earned him the nickname “shadow chancellor” of Germany and allowed him to play a decisive role during the European banking crisis and then in the eurozone’s debt crisis.
CITY LIFE
GAZI
Riding out the storm
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The vivacity of Gazi is no longer something to wonder at, but even though you can see the marks of changing times it has retained much of its dynamic quality.
COMMUNITY
FOOD BANK
Keeping up the good work
By Ioanna Fotiadi
Today, Food Bank Greece has 218 locations in Athens and Thessaloniki. It sends food to 17 nursing homes, 121 soup kitchens, 21 institutions for the disabled, six rehabilitation centers, six centers for needy families and children, three centers for abused women, two cancer clinics, and seven summer camps for underprivileged children.
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