Over 180,000 workers find themselves in a gray area between underemployment and joblessness, and very close to poverty, as they have been on furlough for more than three months, with monthly takings reduced by at least 50%, according to a report by the Labor Institute of the General Confederation of Greek Labor (INE GSEE) released on Thursday.
The logistics property sector appears to be one of the net gainers of the pandemic and will likely continue outperforming, as it has returned to the peak recorded during the previous real estate market cycle.
The so-called Katseli law on the protection of borrowers is about to be abolished by a bill currently being debated in Parliament for accelerating the processing of approximately 40,000 pending applications.
It is only a matter of time before the food service sector starts seeing businesses closing, one after the other, insiders warn as rising coronavirus infections lead to more restrictions and lockdowns.
Some 200,000 landlords who granted their tenants discounts as a result of the pandemic are to receive a message on Taxisnet as of next Monday asking them the correct mistakes or omissions in the declarations of their rental revenues, so they may receive the tax discount they deserve.
The investment in a new casino at the Elliniko development project will increase tourism traffic in Athens by as much as 10% a year, according to Mario Kontomerkos, chief executive officer at Mohegan Entertainment.
Ourania Michaloliakou, the daughter of Nikos Mihaloliakos, the founder and leader of Greece’s extreme far-right party Golden Dawn, leaves her residence ahead of her father, Thursday. Michaloliakos turned himself in on Thursday after a court refused to suspend jail terms on him and other leading figures for running a criminal gang linked to hate crimes. [Thanassis Stavrakis/AP]