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Greece and the EU
Latest business news about Greece and the European Union.
The main aim of this support network is to promote and facilitate British-Hellenic economic, trade and investment relations through various activities.
Starting a business in Greece
An overview of the process of starting a new business in Greece.
The Taxation and Investment Guides are a first stop for investors wishing to gain a working perspective on the operating conditions and investment climate – ...
Representation of the European Commission in Greece
Contacts of the European Commission representation in Greece.
The Greek economy in facts and figures
Herewith basic economic figures for Greece, the epicentre of the eurozone debt crisis and the first European Union member state to be bailed out by the EU and ...
European Stability Mechanism Programme for Greece
The European Commission signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Greece for a new stability support programme on 19 August. The European Stability ...
Access to finance
Information about the sources of finance available to SMEs in Greece.
From the World Bank Group - The first section presents the Ease of Doing Business rank (out of 189 economies) and the distance to frontier (DTF) measure, ...
Greece country profile
Located near the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Greece forms the southern extremity of the Balkan peninsula in south-east Europe. Greece is a Member State of ...
Greece post-programme framework to support normalisation
The European Commission adopted a decision on 11 July to activate the enhanced surveillance framework for Greece to support the implementation of agreed ...
Greece: country overview
Greece joined the EC (now the EU) in 1981; it became the 12th member of the European Economic and Monetary Union in 2001. Greece has suffered a severe economic ...
Greece Investment Climate 2009
Greece provides a reasonably hospitable climate for foreign investment. On the upside, Greece’s membership in the EU’s Economic and Monetary Union offers ...
EES 2011 Greece National Report
The Eurochambres Economic Survey 2011 report on Greece gives an overview of the Greek economy in 2010 and provides a detailed analysis of the economic ...
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Schengen Evaluation Report on Greece
The College of Commissioners took note on 27 January taken note and discussed a draft Schengen Evaluation Report on Greece, in view of the findings and their ...
Roadmap Back to Schengen: Commission assessment of Action Plan prepared by Greece
The European Commission adopted on 12 April its assessment of the Action Plan presented by the Greek authorities which details how Greece plans to address the ...
Task Force for Greece
The Task Force for Greece, launched by President Barroso in July 2011 to provide technical assistance, has publishes its third progress report. The Task Force, ...
Task Force for Greece second quarterly report - guide
The European Commission's Task Force for Greece has presented its second report on the EU support to Greece. It was created to help Greece implement its ...
EUR 83m to improve conditions for refugees in Greece
The European Commission has announced EUR 83 million to improve living conditions for refugees in Greece, with funding made available immediately to the UNHCR, ...
Speed up refugee relocation, says EU
The resettlement and relocation efforts of EU Member States needs to be speeded up to avoid migrants returning to irregular routes, the European Commission ...
Greece no longer in breach of EU budget deficit rules
The European Union closed its excessive deficit procedure for Greece Monday, confirming that the country's deficit is now below 3 per cent of GDP, the EU's ...
Police height limit may discriminate against women: EU Court
A Greek law laying down a minimum height requirement irrespective of sex, as a criterion for admission to a police school, may discriminate against women, the ...
Athens is Europe's most innovative city in 2018
The city of Athens has won this year's European Capital of Innovation Awards, funded by the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020, the EU ...
CJEU: AG considers Greek gambling monopoly OPAP to be contrary to EU law
CJEU expected to rule within months on the non-conformity of Greek gambling monopoly OPAP; over four years after the Commission had expressed the same concerns ...
EU prolongs Schengen controls for six months
Foreign affairs ministers agreed Thursday to prolong by six months controls at certain internal Schengen borders of the EU in Germany, Austria, Sweden, Denmark ...
EU defends Greek deficit statistics
The European Union has defended the credibility of Greece's statistics body ELSTAT, as its former head Andreas Georgiou remains under threat of prison over ...
EU support programme helps Greece towards financial stability
Greece has shown steady recovery since it successfully concluded its European Stability Mechanism support programme to restore financial stability and promote ...
Brussels supports end to Greek deficit procedure
The EU Commission recommended Wednesday that the Council close the Excessive Deficit Procedure for Greece, hailing it as a positive signal of financial ...
Greece: 400-year-old deal obsolete?
On May 15, word got out that Greece will go to the polls again on June 17. The left-wing, anti-austerity bloc has a fair chance of victory. Potentially, this ...
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