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Greek Finance Ministry Extends Deadlines for Tax Debt Payments

Greek taxpayers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic will have until the end of the year to pay their dues, according to the Finance Ministry.

Greek Tourism Backed by New Finance Ministry Covid-19 Aid

Greek tourism professionals are set to benefit from a series of new Covid-19 relief measures announced by the Finance Ministry.

Greece Gets €728m in SURE Unemployment Support

Greece is set to receive a total of 728 million euros in funding from the EU's SURE unemployment scheme.

Greece to Strengthen Covid-19 Response, Disaster Prevention with EIB €595m Loan

A new €595 million EIB loan will help transform civil protection in Greece to better tackle Covid-19 and respond to natural disasters including floods, forest fires and earthquakes in all 13 Greek regions.

EIB to Fund Small Scale Climate, Social Projects in Greece

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will allocate 200 million euros in funds to accelerate small-scale investments in Greece.

Greece Seeking Ways to Support F&B Services Providers

Greek restauranteurs are calling on the government to provide support in order for businesses to remain above water until they are allowed to re-open.

Covid-19: New Round of Relief Measures for Greek Enterprises, Workers 

The Greek Finance Ministry has announced a new round of 7.5 billion euros in Covid-19 relief aid for businesses and employees for 2021. 

Greek Tourism Businesses to Pay Reduced Rent Due to Covid-19 Lockdown

Greek tourism businesses are among those eligible for a reduction in two monthly lease payments due to the country's Covid-19 lockdown.

Eurogroup Releases €767m in Funding for Greece

Eurogroup has approved the release of 767 million euros of debt relief for Greece, as part of the country's post-bailout program.

Commission Commends Greece, Paves Way for €767m Tranche

The European Commission commended Greece for moving ahead with reform commitments, and said it would proceed with the release of a new tranche of debt relief.

Greece Gets Access to €2bn Through EU’s SURE Support Program

Greece has gained access to 2 billion euros worth of funds from the EU's SURE instrument, which is aimed to help companies and employees affected by Covid-19.

Greece’s Relief Package for 2nd Covid-19 Lockdown: €3.3bn for Businesses, Workers

The Greek Finance Ministry will release 3.3 billion euros in aid to support businesses and workers impacted by Greece's second Covid-19 lockdown.

Finance Minister: Greek Recovery Plan to Focus on 12 Key Areas

Greece’s post-Covid-19 recovery plan, currently being drawn up, will focus on 12 key areas, according to Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras.

Greek FinMin: Relief Measures for High-risk Covid-19-hit Areas

The Greek Finance Ministry has announced relief measures aimed at assisting areas that have been hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.

FinMin: Greek Economy Can Brave a Second Lockdown if Needed

Greece’s economy can endure a possible second lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 if necessary, according to Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras.

New Olympia Forum Looks to Boost Development of Greece’s Regions

The Olympia Forum I, a new event that aims to contribute to the economic and cultural development of the country’s 13 regions, will take place during September 18-20 in Ancient Olympia.

Greece Announces €10 Billion Worth of Covid-19 Support Measures

The Greek government will further cushion the blow from the Covid-19 pandemic with a new package of economic measures amounting to 10 billion euros.

Greek Economy Shrinks by 15.2% in Q2

Greece saw its GDP plunge by 15.2% in the second quarter of 2020 compared to the same period a year ago, affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to ELSTAT.

Greek FinMin Examines Support Measures in Covid-19 Aftermath

Greece's Finance Minister Christos Staikouras said the government was preparing a mixed package of measures to support Covid-hit households and businesses.

Greece Still Resilient to Covid-19, says Gov’t Spokesman

Greece is still resilient to Covid-19 compared to other countries despite the rise in positive cases, according to Government Spokesman Stelios Petsas.