Police clashed with protesters in central Athens on Friday night during a rally over the death of George Floyd, who suffocated on May 25 as a Minneapolis police officer jammed a knee into his neck as he was held down on the street.
A draft government bill aims to offer incentives to people or businesses that buy electric cars, develop a network of charging stations for the environmentally friendly vehicles and create cutting-edge production units to manufacture them, Kathimerini has learned.
Police in central Athens have closed several central metro stations after hundreds of people gathered on Syntagma Square in solidarity with demonstrators in the United States protesting the death of a black man in police custody last month.
Greek industrial output fell 9.9% in April compared to the same month last year, after a downwardly revised 0.4% increase in March, data from statistics
service ELSTAT showed on Friday.
Greece’s chief corruption prosecutor, Eleni Touloupaki, who is facing investigation over the judicial handling of the Novartis bribery probe, claims to have been a victim of “a coordinated attempt at moral extermination.”
Three months after the cancelation of the conventional form of the event, the Delphi Economic Forum returns in its fifth edition in digital form on June 9-12, titled “The Day After.”
European officials praised on Friday Greece’s response to the health crisis and stressed that the country will be in the same position as its eurozone peers in the terms of the support it receives from the European Union.
The rally of bank stocks at Athinon Avenue on Friday added to the week’s gains for the benchmark of the market.
In the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, the Greek government continues with unfaltering commitment to enhance cooperation with China, Greece's Minister of Development and Investments Adonis Georgiadis said on Thursday.