BUSINESS AND THE LAW

MPs back tax evasion bill
NEWS

Parliament has voted into law a Finance Ministry bill on measures to restrict tax evasion that introduces new regulations for freelancers and the self-employed. All 158 MPs from ruling New Democracy voted for the bill in principle, while 140 voted against it.



Draft law aims to boost business partnerships
ECONOMY

Finance Minister Christos Staikouras told Parliament on Wednesday the bill aimed at boosting entrepreneurship that is currently being debated is another decisive step in a wider plan for the transformation of the Greek economy.

‘Buy now pay later,’ in Greece
BUSINESS & THE LAW

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Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the need for alternative finance methods has grown. In Greece, access to traditional bank lending for small businesses and consumers with no credit history is practically impossible. This, combined with the rapid growth of e-commerce and the fintech evolution has led to the development of innovative digital financial products.


Antitrust dawn-raid upsurge: An old visitor at your doorstep
BUSINESS & THE LAW

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After a year-and-a-half hiatus, the investigative activities of the European Commission and national competition authorities are steadily picking up, in an effort to clear the backlog of pending inspections that built up during the COVID-19-induced lockdowns since March 2020.

Greece’s cultural economy in need of bold action
BUSINESS & THE LAW

Powering growth in Greece via the cultural economy requires taming discrepancies on several fronts. After all, the mapping of the Greek cultural economy reveals persisting mismatches that speak for themselves.



Recent trends in deal-making: Taming the uncertainty
BUSINESS & THE LAW

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With the first quarter of 2021 now in the books, it looks like the Greek market is in for a busy year of deal-making, regaining some of the impetus lost due to the unprecedented Covid-19 crisis.


How will the healthcare industry re-emerge after the pandemic?
BUSINESS & THE LAW

It’s very likely that 2021 will be the year that the pandemic subsides. And very soon, a health industry that found itself struggling during the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis will have to readjust, consolidate the emerging trends and pursue new synergies and opportunities for growth.