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Retailers brace for yet another Sunday battle
The conflict between small and big players in commerce has been rekindled by a law provision allowing stores to open this Sunday, May 3, as it is the first Sunday of the spring sales period.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
Creditors to demand extra measures of 3 bln euros
The distance separating Athens from Brussels in the ongoing negotiations remains great, with European officials estimating that Gr...
Plan on the cards for flat VAT rate of 18 pct
The government in Athens is planning to implement a single value-added tax rate abolishing all existing exemptions, according to B...
Local retailers bracing for yet another Sunday battle
The conflict between small and big players in commerce has been rekindled by a law provision allowing stores to open this Sunday, ...
Supermarket sector sees turnover decline and more concentration
Greece’s supermarket and cash and carry sector has declined at an annual rate of 3.7 percent over the last four years, hit – albei...
Athens tourism should grow unless stability is threatened
The number of international tourists visiting Athens will continue to grow in 2015 provided that stability and a sense of security...
Reuters poll: 40 pct chance of a Greek eurozone exit
There is a 40 percent chance Greece will leave the eurozone, according to a Reuters poll of money market traders in which just ove...
Greek yields fall after negotiation team reshuffle
Greek two-year government bond yields dropped around 250 basis points on Monday after Athens reshuffled its team handling talks wi...
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Athens tourism should grow unless stability is threatened
 
By Stathis Kousounis
The number of international tourists visiting Athens will continue to grow in 2015 provided that stability and a sense of security in Greece can be maintained, Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis told a press conference marking the opening of the third annual Travel Trade Athens on Monday.

Supermarket sector sees turnover decline and more concentration
 
By Dimitra Manifava
Greece’s supermarket and cash and carry sector has declined at an annual rate of 3.7 percent over the last four years, hit – albeit to a lesser degree than other domains in the country’s economy – by the financial crisis and a drop in demand, according to an annual survey conducted by ICAP.
 
EXHIBITION
OTTOMAN-ERA ATHENS
Aspects of the Greek capital
By Nikos Vatopoulos
Presenting a new narrative, an exhibition currently on display at the Gennadius Library digs up Ottoman-era Athens and presents it from an entirely different perspective.
YOUNG BUSINESS
ZOE'S CHOCOLATES
Winning hearts in the US
By Katerina Kapernarakou
One of the secrets of Zoe’s Chocolate’s success is the use of high-quality organic products from local farmers.
MARINE SCIENCE
RESEARCH
Gyaros's underwater treasures
By Giorgos Lialios
Experts have ascertained that more than 50 percent of Gyaros’s seabed is covered by protected seagrass meadows and coral formations.
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