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Unemployment stood at 19.5 per cent as of May, property prices only just crept back into positive territory
August 21, 2018
Company under intense pressure as creditors, shareholders and other stakeholders await answers following accusations of financial misinterpretation
June 29, 2018
Despite still being pummelled by an economic crisis that started in 2009, the country has the ingredients to build a significant health sector to appeal to overseas patients.
February 14, 2017
Greek medical products (packaged medicaments) as an export sector come second only to refined petroleum products.
Here is a timeline of Greek reactions as the news unfolded.
June 24, 2016
Greece, was painted as Europe’s wild-child last summer when it went to the polls in a Yes or No referendum on a multibillion-euro bailout and its attached demands from creditors.
June 7, 2016
An estimated 200,000 qualified professionals have left Greece in the past two years to try their chances elsewhere, a 300 per cent increase versus pre-crisis times, according to a study by Endeavor, a non-profit organisation.
March 7, 2016
Although the nation is mired in economic crisis, there is one perhaps surprising area that provides reason for Greeks to cheer.
March 5, 2016
Low initial cost and skilled workforce draw investment.
December 27, 2015
The result turns the tables on Angela Merkel and Greece’s other creditors, who must now decide if a financial rescue of the region’s most-indebted country is still possible.
July 6, 2015
The Greek government called for a crucial referendum called on June 29 after negotiations with creditors broke down over a failure to agree on key points of the bailout deal.
July 5, 2015
Despite the country’s negative investment image, there are still those willing to invest in Greece, and plenty of hands on the ground to help them do it.
May 4, 2015
The overall sector is underdeveloped and made up just under 4 per cent of the country’s GDP in the fourth quarter of last year, versus an EU average of 6 per cent.
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