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Growth to fuel rise in revenues
By Prokopis Hatzinikolaou and Sotiris Nikas
Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis on Friday tabled in Parliament the final draft of the 2015 budget which is in line with the targets of the country’s bailout agreement with its creditors and will be put to a vote on December 7, one day before the crucial Eurogroup meeting.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
More cash for banks with same papers
Greek banks will be able to draw additional liquidity from the European Central Bank after Frankfurt issued a guideline on Friday ...
Growth to fuel rise in revenues
Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis on Friday tabled in Parliament the final draft of the 2015 budget which is in line with the tar...
Commercial property draws interest from investors
Investor interest in leased commercial properties in Greece has grown over the last 12 months according to leading estate agents. ...
Sony chooses Piraeus as its entry point to Europe
Cosco’s Greek unit has already started supplying container services to electronics giant Sony in Piraeus, Kathimerini understands,...
Bourse posts weekly gains of 11.7 percent
Expectations of a deal between Greece and its creditors and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s statements for further ...
Demetriades: ECB leaks on Cyprus Popular Bank may harm euro
The leaking of documents on the rescue of Cyprus’s second-biggest bank distorts the truth about the country’s bailout and may dama...
Bank of Cyprus shareholders choose Josef Ackermann as new chief
Shareholders of bailed-out Cyprus’s biggest bank have elected former Deutsche Bank chief Josef Ackermann as the new chairman. The ...
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Sony chooses Piraeus as its entry point to Europe
 
By Nikos Roussanoglou
Cosco’s Greek unit has already started supplying container services to electronics giant Sony in Piraeus, Kathimerini understands, transferring its merchandise from ships coming into the port onto railway destined for Central European markets.

Commercial property draws interest from investors
 
By Nikos Roussanoglou
Investor interest in leased commercial properties in Greece has grown over the last 12 months according to leading estate agents. They stress that this property category is the only one – with the exception of tourism – to have seen any demand recently.
 
COMMENTARY
POLITICS
SYRIZA’S economic agenda
By George Pagoulatos & Panos Tsakloglou
There are two overarching propositions in SYRIZA’s economic agenda: (a) The Memorandum is to blame for the crisis, and not the reverse; (b) the Greek economy’s main problem today is the lack of sufficient demand and not supply. Both propositions are popular, and both are wrong.
CULTURE
EXHIBITION
Re-evaluating the urban legacy of the 1960s
By Harry van Versendaal
Much of the controversy that has arisen over contemporary Athens’s urban landscape stems from the changes wrought on it during the 1960s. Any reference to the architectural legacy of that period usually provokes a knee-jerk condemnation as the time is associated with the brutal transformation of the capital's appearance.
LIFE
BOOKS
Cypress whispers of a magical island
By Eva Tomara
The daughter of Greek immigrants who emigrated to the United States, Yvette Manessis-Corporon is also an Emmy-winning journalist and author. “When the Cypress Whispers” is based on the life of her grandmother, “Yia-yia,” and her stories of the “magical” island during the German occupation.
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