The Mitsotakis government on Wednesday continued showcase “brick and mortar” projects in what it hopes will be a coming and robust post-pandemic recovery period, with the relevant minister announcing a new nine-kilometer highway connecting the airport on Rhodes to the island’s capital.
The 40-million-euro project was announced on the popular holiday isle by Infrastructure & Transports Minister Costas A. Karamanlis, who was on hand for the inauguration of a new overpass on another stretch of roadway on Rhodes.
Η έκπληξη από τις κατοικίες της Lamda στο Ελληνικό, το σχέδιο της BEAT για την ηλεκτροκίνηση, οι επισκέψεις των επενδυτών στα Λιμάνια και το άδηλο μέλλον της ΕΑΒ
EIB-Nat'l Bank financing scheme of 1.12bln€ for funding to Greek SMEs battered by pandemic
The first operations supported by the EGF in the east Mediterranean country were formally finalized on Thursday at the NBG offices in Athens, in the presence of NBG CEO Pavlos Mylonas and European Investment Bank (EIB) President Werner Hoyer
Bank finance for Greek-owned shipping down by 6.24% yoy in 2020
Greek banks' exposure rises
ECDC places all of Greece in Covid ‘green’ zone in updated maps
The positivity rate for Greece remains under 1 percent
Coronavirus: Extraordinary meeting in Crete for the Delta mutation
An alarm has been sounded for the spread of the coronavirus Delta mutation in Crete
Hellenic Coast Guard gets the last of ten boats donated by Greek shipowners
"A year after we received the first boat, today the circle of donation of the Hellenic Shipowners' Association closes, since the last boat out of ten in total is included", said the Minister of Shipping and Island Policy Mr. Giannis Plakiotakis
Thriasio II: The “key” project for the promotion of Greece as a Logistics hub
The completion by ERGOSE of the 2nd Phase of the project is the first step to make the Thriasio Pedio complex the main - and the first in general - integrated freight center of combined transport of the country and an important international freight hub.
FinMin: Permanent VAT reductios for five Eastern Aegean islands
From 1/7/2021 in the five islands there will be a reduction by 30% of VAT rates if reception and hospitality structures of third country citizens operate within their region,
Human resources: Eight out of 10 employers in Greece find it difficult to find a workforce
Staff hirings return to pre-pandemic levels
Motor Oil: Energy storage system with batteries at the Agioi Theodoroi Refinery
The new system upgrades the flexibility and durability of the refinery infrastructure ensuring more energy autonomy.
Centre of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE): Productivity in Greece below the European average
The authors of the study note that for Greece significant benefits can arise from integrated spatial planning for the management of urbanization and high-intensity land investment at the regional level