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Student at ODTÜ bags job at Amazon
Greek T-bill auction set for Wednesday
ALD Automotive-LeasePlan merger could affect Greek leasing market
The completion of the takeover of Dutch multinational LeasePlan by the French ALD Automotive for 4.9 billion euros leads to the merger of the two leasing and fleet management companies operating in Greece, with the position of managing director in the new structure (ALD Automotive-LeasePlan) being occupied by the previous CEO of LeasePlan, Costas Petroutsos.
Survey shows Covid hit working-class areas hardest
The conclusions of a survey on income inequality in Greece have shown that low-income areas with poor living conditions and residents dwelling in smaller homes were more vulnerable and had higher Covid-19 mortality rates compared to more affluent municipalities with better housing and living conditions.
No more followers
The national election on May 21 showed that Greek public opinion has begun to vote based on political parties' programs and positions. Not based on slogans and generalities.
The people now act as "consumers," not blind followers. The parties in power will have to adapt to this new reality if they want to continue to be seen as contenders for power.
We did not see what the voluminous blue folder that New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis handed over to the caretaker prime minister, Ioannis Sarmas, contained. It seemed too heavy to only include next month's milestones. We do know that the president, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, will represent Greece at the summit of the European Political Community (EPC) in Moldova next Thursday.
300,000 IT experts needed
Roglič takes maglia rosa in epic win
Bulgaria: GERB freezes Negotiations with WCC-DB on forming a Government
Erdogan’s winning formula
To the dismay of secular and Westernized segments of Turkish society Erdogan once again proved his popularity. With 49.5 percent of the votes, he came very close to winning in the first round. The next round is scheduled for Sunday and Erdogan is now the clear favorite. It was not supposed to be that way.
Banks see revenue from interest soar
PM urges ministers to identify risks to completion of gov’t plans
The unknown inhabitants of archaeological sites
A team of 48 scientists from seven universities and research institutions have begun identifying and recording the many different species of plants and animals that have taken refuge in archaeological sites such as Delos (photo), the Ancient Agora in Athens, Epidaurus and Acrocorinth. Thanks to their special protection conditions, the ruins provide shelter to a multitude of life forms.