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Eldorado to Continue Mining Operations in Greece After Ministry Meeting

Canadian mining company Eldorado Gold said it has temporarily postponed its decision to suspend operations in Greece after having entered “constructive dialogue” with officials.

Athens Airport Gets 20-year Concession Extension

Athens International Airport’s concession to run the country’s largest airport for the next 20 years has received the green light.

Forestry Dept, Archaeology Council Still Keeping Hellinikon Project on Hold

Set to bring billions of euros into state coffers and create over 70,000 jobs, the Hellinikon project along the up-and-coming Athenian Riviera is still on hold.

More Luxury Hotels Planned for Santorini, Kos

Tourism and hospitality groups Sani/Ikos and Gencom have received the green light to proceed with major tourism investments on the islands of Kos and Santorini, respectively.

Investment Key to Greece-Italy Ties, FS-Trainose Deal Paves the Way

Βoosting investments and strengthening ties are key to improving the region's economic climate, Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni said before the Trainose deal was finalized.

Eldorado’s Greece Mining Project Gets Pending Permits at 11th Hour

Greece said it would grant pending permits for Eldorado Gold's "Olympias" project, after the mining company said it would halt the investment.

Fraport: Airport Upgrade Projects in Greece Proceeding as Scheduled

Transport company Fraport has informed that infrastructure upgrades at the 14 Greek airports it manages will begin this autumn.

Italy’s FS Takes Over Trainose Railway Officially on Sept. 14

The deal between Greek train operator Trainose and Italian railway group Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) Italiane will be finalized on September 14 on Corfu.

PM Tsipras: Greece is Going from ‘Grexit’ to ‘Grinvest’

The Greek economy is showing signs of recovery, attracting the interest of foreign investors, PM Alexis Tsipras said at the 82nd Thessaloniki International Fair.

Macron, French Companies Give Vote of Confidence to Greek Economy

Aiming to help strengthen EU member Greece to return to markets, President Emmanuel Macron invited French investors to show trust in the country.

Hellenikon Project Turning into Pipe Dream Amid Approval Games

The multi-billion-euro Hellenikon land project on the Athenian Riviera has received the green light from the Central Council for Modern Monuments.

PM Tsipras: Greece-Bulgaria Railway ‘Big Step’ Towards Balkan Prosperity

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov singed an MoU for the construction of a railway line to link the two countries.

Multi-billion-euro Hellenikon Investment Dogged by Delays… Again

The highly anticipated Hellenikon project along the Athenian Riviera has run into the scrutiny of Greece’s Central Archaeological Council (KAS).

Greek Properties Prime Buys for Luxury Holiday Home Buyers

Mykonos, Santorini, Paros and Rhodes are among the top choices for buyers seeking to invest in luxury holiday accommodation.

Kountoura Invites US Firms to Invest in Greek Tourism

Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura recently held a series of meetings in New York and spoke about the investment opportunities brought by Greece's tourism industry.

Greek Hotel Chamber Chief: Quality Key to Robust Tourism Growth

Robust growth of the tourism sector can only be achieved by investing in quality, says Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH) president George Tsakiris.

Northern Greece Ports Attracting Investor Interest

The Thessaloniki Port Authority sale is set to be completed by mid-September, paving the way for the sale of the Kavala and Alexandroupolis ports in northern Greece.

Ministry to Launch 10 Funding Programs for SMEs in Tourism and More

In the upcoming period the Greek economy ministry will launch ten EU funding programs totalling 600 million euros for the support of new business ventures.

Greek Hotel Group Lampsa Eyes Central Athens Ventures

Greek hotels group Lampsa SA is expecting in the immediate future the go-ahead via competitions for two projects in the heart of Athens.

Greek Merchant Fleet Stronger in June

Greece’s shipping fleet, among the world's strongest, grew by 0.9 percent in June 2017, according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority.