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Greek PM outlines tax cuts in 2020, promises reforms

08 Sep 2019

THESSALONIKI/ATHENS Greece's prime minister detailed tax cuts for austerity-hit Greeks and companies strained during a decade-long debt crisis, and promised reforms aimed at convincing lenders to ease the nation's fiscal target from 2021.

Greek PM set to outline tax cuts, structural reforms

07 Sep 2019

ATHENS Greece's prime minister is expected on Saturday to detail tax cuts for companies strained by years of austerity, while also promising pro-business reforms aimed at convincing lenders to ease the nation's fiscal target from 2021.

Greece says Turkey's drilling off Cyprus puts security at risk

30 Jul 2019

ATHENS Greece accused Turkey of undermining security in the eastern Mediterranean by drilling for oil and gas around Cyprus, making some of the strongest comments on the issue from Athens' newly elected government.

Greek PM says to submit tax cut plan to parliament in coming weeks

10 Jul 2019

ATHENS The Greek government will submit a bill to parliament in the coming weeks to cut taxes, newly elected Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said at his first cabinet meeting on Wednesday. | Video

Golden Dawn loses its lustre as Greeks reject militant far-right

08 Jul 2019

ATHENS The far-right Golden Dawn party has failed to win a single seat in Greece's new parliament, an outcome political analysts said reflects a slow improvement in the country's fortunes after years of wrenching economic crisis.

Golden Dawn loses its luster as Greeks reject militant far-right

08 Jul 2019

ATHENS The far-right Golden Dawn party has failed to win a single seat in Greece's new parliament, an outcome political analysts said reflects a slow improvement in the country's fortunes after years of wrenching economic crisis.

Golden Dawn loses its lustre as Greeks reject militant far-right

08 Jul 2019

ATHENS The far-right Golden Dawn party has failed to win a single seat in Greece's new parliament, an outcome political analysts said reflects a slow improvement in the country's fortunes after years of wrenching economic crisis.

Greek opposition tax cut plans are too costly, minister says before vote

05 Jul 2019

ATHENS Plans from Greece's opposition for tax cuts could derail the country's fiscal strategy, its deputy finance minister said on Friday, two days before an election that polls show the opposition is likely to win.

For Greeks, burgeoning gig economy means low wages, long hours

04 Jul 2019

ATHENS When he set up his own business washing boats and cars on the Greek island of Skyros nearly a decade ago, 42-year old Nikos Vourliotis was a young man with dreams and aspirations.

Frontrunner in Greek election says he is ready for 'leap forward'

03 Jul 2019

ALEXANDROUPOLI, Greece For all he never jumps a red light in traffic, Greek conservative leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis says he is poised for a big leap forward in next Sunday's national elections. | Video

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Iran says it will destroy any aggressor

Iran will pursue any aggressor, even it carries out a limited attack, and seek to destroy it, the head of the elite Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday, after attacks on Saudi oil sites which Riyadh and U.S officials blamed on Tehran.