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Acropolis Restoration Projects to See Funds from ‘Greece 2.0’ Recovery Plan

Restoration projects to the Acropolis in Athens will be carried out over a period of four years with funds from the “Greece 2.0” recovery plan.

Greece Extends Covid-hit Business Aid to Cover Operating Costs

The Greek government has extended by six months, a special subsidy that covers operating costs granted to businesses impacted by Covid-19 restrictions.

Greece’s Tourism, Culture and Agrifood to Benefit from EU Emergency Funding

Tourism is among Greece's areas to receive support from EU emergency funds released to help member states recover from the Covid-19 health crisis.

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.

A Year After Bailout Exit, Commission Says Greece Making Progress

The European Commission issued a statement, marking the one-year anniversary of Greece’s exit from a nearly eight-year-long aid program.

Tsipras: ‘Liberation Day’ for Post-bailout Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras described August 20, as a day of liberation for Greece, as the country completed its nearly eight-year rescue period.

Greece Exits Bailout Era Amid Uncertainty, Betting on Regaining Trust

August 20 marks Greece’s exit from a nearly eight-year-long aid program.

EU Approves of ‘Enhanced Surveillance’ for Post-bailout Greece

The European Commission presented an “enhanced surveillance" framework in order to support Greece in its post-bailout efforts to return to “normalcy”.

Greece Presents Ambitious Post-bailout Tourism Plan

A development plan drawn up by the Greek government, concerning the next steps for when Greece exits its bailout program, includes tourism among top priorities.

Greece Development Law… Goes to Parliament

The Greek government’s new development bill, which foresees deductions and exemptions, leasing and interest subsidies, and a 12-year fixed tax framework, was tabled in Parliament on Tuesday, with deliberation set to begin Friday.