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End of roaming charges: EU negotiators agreed on wholesale prices

As the last step towards the end of roaming charges by 15 June 2017, representatives of the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission agreed on how to regulate wholesale roaming markets (the prices operators charge each other when their customers use other networks when roaming in the EU).

EU negotiators agreed on the following wholesale

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Digital policy minister asks NCRTV to 'speed up' TV station licencing process

Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media Minister Nikos Pappas on Tuesday sent a letter to the National Council for Radio and Television (NCRTV), asking it to draw up a "final timetable" and deadlines for issuing national television content licences. According to Pappas, it was vital that action be taken to "speed up" the tender.

"It is judged

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Greece will not need 4th programme if it implements agreements, ESM's Regling says

Provided that Greece implements the agreements already made, there will be no need for a fourth programme after the current bailout programme ends in August 2018, the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) Klaus Regling said on Wednesday.

"We are working tirelessly for an agreement with Greece and to complete the second review with the

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New finds on Keros confirm its important role in antiquity

One of ancient Greece’s most enigmatic sites has revealed new levels of complexity after a decade of investigation. An impressive staircase and a causeway linking two parts of the Cycladic site of Daskalio Kavos are as old as the Pyramids, according to Times report.

"The world’s earliest maritime sanctuary” as described by British archaeologist Sir

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Greek stocks end sharply down

Greek stocks ended sharply lower in the Athens Stock Exchange on Monday, hit by disappointment over the lack of progress in negotiations to conclude a second review of the Greek programe and a Moody’s report warning that a delay in negotiations was putting the Greek banks’ restructuring programmes at risk.

The composite index of the market dropped

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2016 primary surplus expected to reach 2 pct, Fiscal Policy GenSec tells 'Naftemporiki'

The Greek state budget primary surplus will significantly surpass targets in 2016, approaching 2.0 pct from an initial target of 0.5 pct envisaged under the economic policy programme, Fragkiskos Koutentakis, General Secretary of Fiscal Policy said in an interview with “Naftemporiki” daily financial newspaper.

Koutentakis said that this development

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