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Greeks lost one GDP in their net wealth during the crisis

Greeks' present net wealth -excluding loans- was 856 billion euros, from 1,023 billion in 2009 -before the Greek debt crisis- and 683 billion euros in 2000 before the country entered the Eurozone, according to Credit Suisse data presented in a Federation of Hellenic Enterprises (SEV) weekly economic bulletin.

In economic terms, Greeks lost around

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CSR Hellas - SEV to organize conference on sustainable growth

CSR Hellas and the Federation of Hellenic Enterprises' Council for Sustainable Growth will organize a conference on "Commitment on Sustainable Growth - 17 global goals for a common better future" in Athens, March 2 2017.

In an announcement, the two organizers said that creating a new business environment, because of the globalization, climate

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Programme review to be concluded without new measures, PM Tsipras reaffirms

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tsippppp The second programme review will be concluded without new measures after the end of the current programme, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday said in a speech at the Parliament.

He explained that the exit from the crisis is visible and on time, in 2018, adding that the efforts for the conclusion of the second programme review have been

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Refugee issue and economic crisis discussed at ND leader's meeting with Italian president

Main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday met Italian President Sergio Mattarella, currently in Athens on a two-day visit. During the meeting, both sides noted their shared concerns over the handling of the refugee and economic crises, while highlighting the dangers from rising populist and eurosceptic trends in Europe.

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Human Rights Watch highlights problems faced by migrants with disabilities at Greek camps

Refugees, asylum seekers and migrants with disabilities are not properly registered by Greek authorities and their access to basic services at hotspots and migrant camps in Greece is often impaired, Human Rights Watch reported on Wednesday.

The group cited a number of incidents where people with sometimes multiple disabilities were unable to see a

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Thessaloniki cancer hospital wins first prize in international thoracoscopic surgery competition in Cincinnati

The Thoracic Surgery-Oncological Clinic at Thessaloniki's Theagenio Anti-Cancer Hospital has won first prize for the best presentation of a thoracoscopic surgery at an international competition held in Cincinnati, Ohio in the United States.

The presentation was carried out by the head of the clinic Nikolaos G. Barbetakis, a thoracic surgeon, and

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