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Greek industry significantly reduces its losses in 2014, survey‏

Greek industry significantly reduced its losses in 2014, a survey by www.inr.gr said on Monday. The survey, conducted on the results of 880 industrial businesses -representing around 2/3 of sales and 50 pct of all manufacturing enterprises' assets, showed that sales totaled 32 billion euros and after tax provision losses of 251 million euros last

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Hundreds of people attend unveiling of Holocaust memorial in Kavala

Hundreds of people, government officials and representatives of the Greek-Jewish community attended on Sunday the unveiling ceremony of the Holocaust Monument dedicated to the 1,484 Greek-Jews of the city of Kavala who were deported in 1943 to Poland where they perished in the Treblinka extermination camp.

“The ceremony today sends a loud message a

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Cyprus gas field declared commercially viable by joint venture researching the area

The "Aphrodite" natural gas field discovered in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) has been declared commercially viable by the three companies that own the rights on the field, known as block 12, the country’s energy ministry announced on Sunday.

The discovery will allow Cyprus’ transition from the research phase to the development phase of its

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Greek stocks end 4.96 pct down‏

Greek stocks plunged in the last trading session of the week in the Athens Stock Exchange, hit by heightened uncertainty over the outcome of negotiations between Greek authorities and its creditors and in the aftermath of a Greek government decision to bundle its payments to the IMF.

Bank shares were at the focus of selling activity, pushing the

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Thessaloniki municipal employee to stand trial after audit reveals 'unaccounted-for' bank deposits

A Thessaloniki municipality employee is to stand trial in connection with a high-profile corruption case for which a judges' council had originally let her off without charges, it was announced on Wednesday.

The woman will be tried before a criminal court for money laundering linked to a large-scale embezzlement case discovered at the municipality,

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Suspect killed in Volos operation had aided Paleokostas prison break, police say

In a sensational new turn in the case, police on Saturday reported that the suspect killed during a counter-terrorism operation at Nea Aghialos in Volos was none other than the pilot of the helicopter in which notorious criminal Vassilis Paleokostas had in 2006 escaped from Korydallos Prison in Athens.

During the preliminary inquiry conducted by

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