News archive of December 2018
The course of the Greek economy will depend on the capacity of the country's banks to reduce their nonperforming exposures to a satisfactory degree without requiring any additional capital, warns Martin Czurda, the chief executive officer of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF), in an interview to Kathimerini.
The Cartel Alfa National Trade Union Confederation announced that it has demanded for an emergency mustering of the National Tripartite Council of Social Dialogue as a minimal condition with a view to cancel the open social conflicts that might trigger following the adoption of the OUG (Government Emergency Ordinance, ed.
Turkey and Russia will continue to work together for strengthening peace, security and stability on the Eurasian continent, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, expressing his satisfaction on the positive development of bilateral ties.
A mansion on the Bosphorus Strait of Istanbul has been put on sale for 95 million Turkish Liras ($18 million), a real estate agent has said.
Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gül has said there was no obstacle for the extradition of Fethullah Gülen from the United States.
A company in Turkey will generate energy by buying organic waste from outside with a license granted by the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning for the first time.
Reporters will be the guests of honor at the New Year's Eve party in New York's Times Square on Dec. 31, in what organizers said was a celebration of press freedom after an unusually deadly year for journalists at U.S. news outlets.