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Greek sovereign debt at 174.1 percent of GDP in Q1
Twice bailed-out Greece was the eurozone's most indebted country in the first quarter of this year with sovereign debt of 174.1 percent of GDP, official data from Eurostat showed on Tuesday.
» NEWS
Old Attica train tracks to be transformed into bicycle lane network
The Attica Regional Authority in cooperation with experts from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) are drawing plan...
Attica hospital workers to hold five-hour walkout on Wednesday
Workers at public hospitals in the Attica region will walk off the job from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday and stage a protest ral...
» BUSINESS
Consumer confidence in Greece improves in Q2
Consumer confidence in Greece improved by two index points in the second quarter of 2014 compared to the same period last year, re...
Greek sovereign debt at 174.1 percent of GDP in first quarter
BRUSSELS - Eurozone public debt rose to 93.9 percent of economic output in the first quarter of this year, approaching the peak it...
» COMMENT
Unequal after death
The dead are dead and the slain are slain, whether they are Malaysian, Dutch, Palestinian or Israeli, whether they are the innocen...
» LIFE
Handmade Greek fashion history on show in Athens
It’s about colors, textures and handmade history, a view of an era far removed from today’s fast-fashion exploits. Layers of rich ...
» SPORTS
Athens, the Marathon capital of the world for good
Paco Borao, the man who restored Athens as the Marathon capital of the world with the establishment at the Olympic Sports Center o...
» COMMUNITY
Greeks Gone West: Nick Politakis
“Greeks Gone West” is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about the world of work in the US. Through the pri...
OPINION
Death on MH17 and our global war
By Nikos Konstandaras
Forty-year milestones
By Alexis Papachelas
Unequal after death
By Pantelis Boukalas
Pandering to bad behavior
By Angelos Stangos
The cost of excellence
By Maria Katsounaki
The costs of war
By Nikos Xydakis
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This Week
1. Unequal after death
2. Chinese investment
3. Greeks getting better at recycling, though still Europe's laggards
4. Piraeus prosecutor investigating use of funds for building renovation
5. Shares in Greek renewable energy firm drop in trade debut
6. Greek sovereign debt at 174.1 percent of GDP in first quarter
Today
This Week
1. China and Greece agree to further cooperation in transportation, infrastructure
2. Ex-Credit Suisse banker taps lesson for Greek rebound
3. The cost of excellence
4. Pay-TV booms as cash-strapped Greeks shun depressing news shows
5. Greece seen in third bailout as bonds not enough, economists say
6. Summer storms cause problems in Thessaloniki, spread across the country
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