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HFSF portfolio sees its value diminish
By Yiannis Papadoyiannis
Greek bank stocks’ main stakeholder, the state’s Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, has lost more than 15 billion euros during the recent lashing suffered by the lenders’ blue chips on the Athens bourse.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
Increase in minimum salary is left aside for now
The Labor Ministry’s new administration is preparing to take cautious steps in the context of broader planning for employment and ...
Decline in euro rate has exporters eyeing growth in 2015
A decline in the exchange rate of the euro against the US dollar, as well as other major currencies, is key if Greek enterprises, ...
TAIPED is stripped of its management and most projects
Alternate Finance Minister Nadia Valavani on Friday asked the management of state privatization fund TAIPED to resign, as Alexis T...
Tourism to build on last year’s massive growth
Following last year’s 22.1 percent increase in arrivals, the highest in Europe, Greek tourism is continuing to gain ground this ye...
HFSF portfolio sees its value diminish
Greek bank stocks’ main stakeholder, the state’s Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, has lost more than 15 billion euros during the...
New Greek gov’t to avoid clash with shippers
While Greece’s new leftist government seems set on a collision course with the European Union, it is likely to steer clear of conf...
Cypriot Parliament extends repossessions suspension
The Cyprus House of Representatives on Thursday extended the suspension of a law on repossessions until March, despite pressure fr...
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Tourism to build on last year’s massive growth
 
By Stathis Kousounis
Following last year’s 22.1 percent increase in arrivals, the highest in Europe, Greek tourism is continuing to gain ground this year.

Decline in euro rate has exporters eyeing growth in 2015
 
By Dimitra Manifava
A decline in the exchange rate of the euro against the US dollar, as well as other major currencies, is key if Greek enterprises, and their eurozone counterparts, are to regain a significant part of their competitiveness, according to a study by credit insurance company Atradius.
 
COMMENTARY
FOREIGN POLICY
SYRIZA's win will test institutions
By Xenia Kounalaki
'It has always been Golden Dawn’s position that Greece should not be a part of EU and US sanctions against Russia. Our national interests and geopolitical facts dictate this stance.' This was how the ultranationalist party expressed its backing for the new Greek government on the issue on Wednesday.'
ANALYSIS
EU & GREECE
Debt relief is inevitable
By Clive Crook
Greece and the European Union will split the difference in their quarrel over debt relief. What's uncertain is how their respective governments will justify the new deal, and how much damage they'll inflict on each other before accepting the inevitable.
INTERVIEW
SCHULZ
SYRIZA must come up with ‘pragmatic solutions,’ Schulz tells Kathimerini
By Xenia Kounalaki
“SYRIZA must realize that it is now the Greek government, not a party running an election campaign,” European Parliament President Martin Schulz, the first European official to visit Greece since the country elected a new left-wing government, tells Kathimerini.
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