News archive of August 2018
The Single Property Tax, widely known by its acronym ENFIA, remains an important factor in our lives, unfortunately.
It is a tax that is unfair - and sometimes tantamount to downright confiscation - as it is calculated on the basis of taxable values that no longer exist and is also imposed on properties that are not being rented out and are not being sold.
Greece's post-bailout recovery will require "a greater sense of responsibility" from the country's political leadership than that exhibited during the adjustment period of the last eight years, as Greece will lose the financial safety net provided by its creditors, the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) said on Thursday.
People marched through the main square of Kosovo’s capital Pristina on the International Day of the Disappeared to commemorate the people who are still missing from the 1998-99 war.
Turmoil in emerging markets caused by economic woes in Turkey and Argentina, and a strain on Greek bonds after Italian government paper came under selling pressure, pushed the Athens Exchange lower on Thursday.
The banking index was in negative territory throughout the session, despite HSBC's upgrade of the Greek sector to "buy."
A British woman in Turkish Cyprus has been arrested for filming her own children for online pedophiles.