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Turkey and Montenegro have agreed to make additional efforts to increase bilateral trade volume to $250 million by 2022, Perisa Kastratovic, Montenegro's ambassador to Ankara, said yesterday.
He called on Turkish investors to grab opportunities in the southern Balkan country in an online meeting with a group of Turkish journalists.
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The population at risk of poverty or social exclusion rose to 28.9% of the country's population (3,043,869 people) in 2020, showing a decrease compared to 2019 by 1.1 percentage points (3,161,936 people corresponding to 30, 0% of the population), according to the latest data of the Income and Living Conditions Survey of Households 2020 of the Hellenic Statistical Authority.
Canberra – Slovenia and Australia will start negotiations to conclude an agreement on avoidance of double taxation next year, the Slovenian Embassy in Canberra has announced.
Announcing the negotiations, the embassy said on Wednesday that such an agreement would have a positive influence on the volume of economic cooperation between the countries, especially in investments.
By George Gilson
Amidst renewed provocations against Greece and Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean and after an informal moratorium in summer, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his address to the 76th UN General Assembly (UNGA) yesterday presented his government's steadfast views on the geopolitics of the region and Ankara's claims.
The mayor of Turkey's metropolitan Istanbul met Greek prime minister in Athens on Sept. 21.
Ekrem Imamoğlu was received by Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the Maximos Mansion, the official seat of Greek prime minister.
He also held a meeting with Kostas Bakoyannis, the mayor of Athens, at the Athens City Hall.
Greek yogurt is currently galloping in the German market, with Greek exports showing a 21% increase over the last five years. In fact, in a market where the per capita consumption reaches 15 kg per year, the growth margins remain significant, despite the problems of unfair competition faced by Greek companies from "imitations".
The head of Fairfax and major shareholder of Eurobank, Prem Watsa, is scheduled to be in Greece in the coming days.
The Indian-born head of the Canadian Fairfax group will - unexpectedly - meet with the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, while he will make contacts with the biggest customers of the bank.