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Tourist spending up 17.3 pct
By Stathis Kousounis
Greek tourism has hit the ground running this year following 2013’s major increase, as revenues have grown by 17.3 percent in the first two months from the same period last year to reach 294.1 million euros, the Bank of Greece announced on Thursday.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
PPC to issue corporate bond of 500 mln
Public Power Corporation is planning to tap the markets after Easter with the issue of a corporate bond to draw 500 million euros....
Primary surplus continued by end-March
The budget’s cash results for the first three months of the year pointed to a primary surplus of 771 million euros, according to d...
Eurobank eyes top Core Tier 1 level in Greece
Eurobank chief executive Christos Megalou expressed certainty on Thursday that the lender’s share capital increase will be success...
Tourist spending up 17.3 pct
Greek tourism has hit the ground running this year following 2013’s major increase, as revenues have grown by 17.3 percent in the ...
Thursday´s bourse rise wipes out most weekly losses
The strong rise that started in the local bourse on Wednesday continued on Thursday, with most stocks recording significant gains ...
Greek current account deficit widens in February
Greece's current account deficit widened slightly in February from the same month last year, according to balance of payments figu...
National Bank of Greece plans senior unsecured bond sale
National Bank of Greece SA is planning to sell senior bonds after the government last week returned to capital markets after a fou...
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Eurobank eyes top Core Tier 1 level in Greece
 
Eurobank chief executive Christos Megalou expressed certainty on Thursday that the lender’s share capital increase will be successfully completed very soon.

Primary surplus continued by end-March
 
The budget’s cash results for the first three months of the year pointed to a primary surplus of 771 million euros, according to data published on Thursday by the Bank of Greece.
 
COMMUNITY
POLITICS
The real deputies of the Greek Parliament
By Lina Giannarou
Vouliwatch, which is the Greek version of Parliament Watch, enables citizens to monitor and evaluate the activity of members of parliament, as well as the European Parliament. Visitors can also find out about the voting record of deputies and ask them questions.
LIFE
DESIGN
Only in Athens: A new design concept for souvenirs
By Dimitris Rigopoulos
The Only in Athens project, a joint initiative between architectural firm Point Supreme and the Blanco team headed by poet Stathis Kefalouros, is making some headway by presenting alternative
TOURISM
MUSEUMS
Leading Greek museums and sites extend visiting hours for new tourist season
A number of the country's archaeological sites and museums inaugurated extended visiting hours on Tuesday in view of the upcoming tourist season.
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