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Greece's annual EU-harmonised inflation rate slowed in January, statistics service ELSTAT data showed on Thursday.
The reading was 0.5 percent from 0.6 percent in December.
The data showed the headline consumer price index also decelerated to 0.4 percent year-on-year from 0.6 percent in the previous month.
Greece's foreign ministry expressed its condolences over the deadly bus crash in North Macedonia on Wednesday night that killed 14 people and injured dozens more.
"Deeply saddened by tragic road accident on the Skopje-Tetovo highway. Our thoughts go out to the victims' families and loved ones," the ministry said in a tweet.
A woman walks between a Greek border landmark and a new signpost for North Macedonia at the Evzones border crossing on Wednesday. After the ratification of the Prespes deal and a NATO accession protocol, authorities in the Balkan country are now formally implementing the name change, and will be adjusting road signs, passports and car license plates over the coming months.
History is littered with all manner of what-ifs, which remain unanswered and are only discussed by historians and armchair pundits.
I was thinking the other day how different things would have turned out for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Greece if he had been wiser in his selection of coalition partners and government officials from the outset.
The historical record of Greece's leftist administration can be perfectly summed up in its education policy.
The ruling SYRIZA leftists showed their true face in a sector that slips under the radar of the country's foreign lenders: In what marked a major rollback on reform, the government brought universities back to the status of 1982.
Valentine's Day is an important time of year not only for lovers in Greece but also the businesses where they spend money to celebrate.
A survey by German firm Movinga found that Athens ranks fairly high in terms of costs for a typical February 14 evening out.
Among the world's most expensive cities for Valentine's Day, Movinga placed the Greek capital 58th.
Foreign investors accounted for more than half of total trading activity on Greece's stock market last year, executives at stock and futures operator Hellenic Exchanges said on Wednesday.
Greek equities fell 23.6 percent in 2018, a tough year in which banks took a beating. But mid-cap shares bucked the downtrend for a second straight year.