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Industrialists on Tuesday asked opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis for bold interventions in the economic sector, and the New Democracy leader responded at the general meeting of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV), committing himself to leading the country to growth boosted by investments.
The French-Greek Chamber of Commerce and Industry is holding an event on Thursday at the French Institute of Greece (31 Sina, Athens) titled "Proposals for a Fair and Effective Tax Policy for Enterprises."
The keynote speaker will be the new head of Grant Thornton in Greece, Nikos Karamouzis, while corporate tax experts will offer their insight.
It has been nine years, and yet it seems like yesterday. It is that "huge" sound that the port makes on everything that decides the present and future of Olympiacos. The discussion is about Sokratis Kokkalis who with the passing of time wants to withdraw, but mainly about the new, Vangelis Marinakis, the son of Miltiadis, who was raised in Karaiskaki Stadium.
After Ankara launched an offshore drill for gas in Cyprus' exclusive economic zone (EEZ), Greek Defense Minister Evangelos Apostolakis on Tuesday sought to allay concerns over Turkish violations.
"We must not be concerned over developments [in the region], said Apostolakis, adding that Athens had taken a series of actions "to prevent [Turkish] activities in Cyprus' EEZ."