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- FM Davutoğlu: We want to see new perspectives in our relations with Greece 11.03.2013
/ Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu states that Turkey wants to open up new horizons in relations with Greece.
- Erdoğan held up as role model in Greece 27.08.2012
/ An article in Greeces To Vima newspaper, entitled Do like the Turks suggests Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan be used as an example by the Greek government in order to carry the country out of the economic crisis.
- Athens is now releasing poison 15.01.2013
/ As our neighbors suffer the deepest economic crisis in its history, with increased taxes and price hikes on heating oil Athenians are now reverting to burning wood in heating stoves. The Greek capital is currently embedded in smog resulting in a potentially dangerous air quality in Athens.
- Greece becomes place to shop for Turkish firms 19.06.2012
/ Turks are now seeking to acquire their struggling neighbors products and assets. Turkish firms are currently rolling up their sleeves as they await the results of the Greek election and prepare to engage in a series of privatization tenders. Meanwhile, the volume of direct investments is also on the rise.
- Gloomy Greeks forget woes with lavish Turk TV dramas 07.01.2012
/ When an Athens taxi driver learned his passenger was the boss of an Istanbul-based company that brings Turkish TV dramas to Greece he reached for his phone, called his wife and put her through to the man sitting in the back seat.
- Investors run from neighboring Greece 29.05.2012
/ International investors are currently planning their exit strategies out of Greece. Electronic firm Dixons plans to shut down 100 stores, while alcoholic beverage firm Diageo, which is experiencing a fifty percent drop, plans to cut spending.
- 'Add Turkish delight to the euro zone 25.05.2012
/ Stating that there is a good chance that Greece will exit the euro zone, the Wall Street Journal suggests to European leaders that they add Turkey instead.
- Turkey the Mediterranean victor 07.07.2012
/ New policies put in place by Greece, Spain and Egypt in efforts to regain tourists lost has now completely altered the balance. The drop in VAT in Greek hotels and a tax increase in Spain only works to benefit Turkey.
- Its now easy to travel to Greece! 12.06.2012
/ Visa procedures have now been eased for travel from Muğla's Bodrum district to the Greek Island of Kos.
- The DHKP-C terrorist organization operates camps in Greece 20.12.2012
/ Not counting Lavrion, the DHKP-C has two additional camps in Greece: Kinesa and Dileysi. Militants are receiving explosives and armed training at these camps situated along the Aegean coast.
- The most critical 45 minutes
/ The second bailout package for Greece will be determined by the stances of both Merkel and Sarkozy who are scheduled to hold a 45 minute meeting today to get rid of any discrepancies regarding private investors.
- Turkish markets keep one eye on c.bank, other on Greece 22.06.2011
/ Turkish shares and bonds regained some ground on Tuesday on hopes of progress in the Greek debt crisis, but Thursday's central bank policy meeting kept investors cautious, and the lira's rally faded out.
- It's all or nothing week 27.06.2011
/ A Greek minister warned on Monday of "catastrophe" if parliament blocked a 28 billion-euro ($40 billion) package of tax increases and spending cuts after signs of revolt by some deputies in the ruling PASOK party.
- Gaza flotilla a foretaste of future diplomatic furor 06.07.2011
/ Pro-Palestinian activists hoping to sail to Gaza this week fully expected their flotilla to be blocked by Israeli marines. Instead, to their shock, the mission was holed even before they put to sea -- by Greece.
- Where (and What) To Eat in Athens 17.05.2011
/ Greek food can be bizarrely good; and following is a guide to some of the best restaurants in Athens, Greece. The flavors of Greek food have been shaped over thousands of years, and the history of Greek food includes Middle Eastern as well as Italian influences. Common cooking ingredients include feta cheese, olive oil, yogurt, olives, fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, and lamb. From breakfast pastries and Greek street food to horiatiki salata and roasted octopus, I cant get enough.
- Our neighbors have angered the ambassadors 16.05.2011
/ While Greece remains entangled in the economic crisis, now our neighboring nation intends to set up mini embassies with a single diplomat and undersecretary. Greek diplomats are not pleased and planned to stage a protest today.
- Standard & Poor's downgrades Greece, Portugal 30.03.2011
/ Debt-stricken Greece and Portugal suffered new blows on Tuesday after Standard & Poor's downgraded their credit ratings on possible risks to bondholders, sending their borrowing costs sharply higher.
- Lagarde wins IMF top job 29.06.2011
/ French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde on Tuesday clinched the top job at the IMF, keeping the international lender in the hands of a European at a time of growing concern over a possible Greek debt default.
- Gaza flotilla will set sail next week 02.07.2011
/ The flotilla of boats planning to challenge Israel's naval blockade of the Gaza Strip will set sail next week, a spokeswoman said on Friday, after repeated delays that activists blame on Israeli sabotage.
- A big fat Greek real estate sale 07.05.2011
/ Would you do a property deal with Greece? For a country that hopes to escape bankruptcy by shifting billions of euros worth of prime real estate, Athens' sales pitch is far from reassuring.