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Stark warning by Parliament’s Budget Office
The Parliamentary Budget Office issued a warning on Wednesday that there is no growth plan for the period after the bailout program ends. Its economists noted that the fiscal adjustment and reforms are being implemented in a constantly changing European and international environment, as if on “quicksand,” and criticized the political state of affairs in the country.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
European stocks tumble as banks decline after Enria’s comments
European stocks retreated, erasing earlier gains, as banks from peripheral euro-area nations tumbled. U.S. index futures and Asian...
Germany’s bonds rise as consumer prices decline in six states
Germany’s government bonds rose for the first time in three days after data showed consumer prices unexpectedly fell in October fr...
Peripheral banks lead European shares lower after positive start
European shares turned lower on Thursday as banks in countries such as Italy, Greece and Spain resumed their recent downtrend. Sha...
Greek euro dilemma is back as minister predicts volatility
Greek bond investors face a rollercoaster ride for the next four months as the government tries to contain the risk of snap electi...
Maniatis to present Greek hydrocarbon blocks in US
Energy Minister Yiannis Maniatis is flying to the United States on Sunday with the primary aim of promoting hydrocarbon surveys in...
Doing business in Greece gets easier, but still not easy enough
The reforms implemented in recent years with the aim of reducing bureaucracy in Greece appear to be paying off, as the country has...
Plan for the settlement of bad loans gets more flexible
The plan prepared by the Development Ministry for the extrajudicial settlement of bad corporate loans features more flexible crite...
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Plan for the settlement of bad loans gets more flexible
 
By Dimitra Manifava
The plan prepared by the Development Ministry for the extrajudicial settlement of bad corporate loans features more flexible criteria for businesses wishing to enter the process, in a bid to have as many debtors as possible pay at least a portion of their dues.

Doing business in Greece gets easier, but still not easy enough
 
By Dimitra Manifava
The reforms implemented in recent years with the aim of reducing bureaucracy in Greece appear to be paying off, as the country has improved its ranking in the latest Doing Business chart from 65th to 61st position among 189 countries.
 
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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