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Germans Eyeing Greece Investments Enterprise Body Says

German investors are exploring opportunities in Greece to place their capital, according to the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV).

Thessaloniki Trade Fair Marks 90 Years of Action with People’s Stories

The Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) - HELEXPO will celebrate its 90th anniversary this year… going back in time with a series of events which will climax on October 3 with “your stories”.

Thessaloniki Expo Takes to the Skies with Hot Air Balloon Promo at 8 Greek Cities

The organizers of the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) are sending hot air balloons to eight cities in Northern Greece as part of a promotional strategy to attract all the more visitors to the 81st TIF event on September 10-18.

Thessaloniki Monopoly Debuts at TIF-Helexpo

The northern port city of Thessaloniki is finally getting its very own Monopoly board game set to make a debut at the 81st Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF).

Thessaloniki’s 81st International Fair Starts with a Bang

Concerts, a car rally, hot air ballon flights, a brand new city monopoly, a pirate ship, e-games and art shows plus all the politics one can get will mark the opening of the 81st Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) on Saturday, September 10.

Greece: Creating New Wealth and its Fairer Distribution Top Tsipras’ Agenda

Creating new wealth and ensuring a fairer distribution of revenues through innovation, research and competitiveness were the goals set by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during his keynote address at the 81st Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF).

Greek TrainOSE Railway Company to Issue ‘Smart’ Ticket

Greek rail service company TrainOSE recently announced that it would soon be launching so-called smart tickets for travel on its network.

Pass Go… Thessaloniki Monopoly Finally Here!

The Thessaloniki Monopoly recently made its debut at the 81st Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), with the northern port city’s famous monuments, hotels, and landmarks adorning the board.

Alexandroupolis Port Authority Flirting with Chinese Investors

Port authorities in Alexandroupolis, northeastern Greece, are exploring a potential collaboration with Chinese investors Sinoftone Group and Navision after signing a memorandum of cooperation.

Three Months for Greek Tourism Businesses to Install POS Devices

Hotels, travel agencies and car hire businesses across Greece, have three months time to install POS (point-of-sale) devices enabling customers to pay by credit card or face penalties.

Tabled Bill Foresees Athens, Thessaloniki Shops Open Every Sunday

Shops in certain areas of Athens, Thessaloniki and Piraeus can remain open on all Sundays between May and October, according to a draft law.

Airports, Ports and Logistics Top Athens Transport, Infrastructure Meet Agenda

Ways to tap into the expansion of combined transport and upgraded infrastructure were explored during the 1st conference on "Infrastructure and Transport in Greece: Prospects for Development” held in Athens.

Russia’s Roscongress, TIF-Helexpo Join Forces, Sign Pact

Roscongress Foundation and TIF-Helexpo entered into an agreement, aiming to strengthen ties between the business communities of Greece and Russia.

Tax Free Shopping in Greece Gains Momentum

Increasing tourist flows boosted tax free shopping in Greece by 44 percent in the first seven months of the year compared to 2016, according to Global Blue.

UK Ambassador to Greece Speaks on Post-Brexit Prospects

The British ambassador to Greece Kate Smith underlined that Britain aims to strengthen bilateral cooperation with EU countries, including Greece, on foreign policy and defense.

Greece’s Consumer Protection Body Tables New Trade Show Rules

Commercial and international trade fairs will be subject to new regulations, according to a bill drawn up by Greece’s Trade and Consumer Protection body.

Lower Purchase Limits Boost Tax Free Shopping in Greece by 12%

Tax free shopping picked up pace in Greece over the last 12 months marking a 63 percent increase in sales and a 12 percent rise in purchase value.

Athens’ Academy Gardens Mall Gets Green Light

A mall budgeted at 350 million euros to be erected in the inner-city neighborhood of Akadimia Platonos, southwestern Athens, has received the go-ahead.