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Interest gathers in Athens bond market

Seatrade Maritime News 25 Oct 2021
Athens' fledgling bond market is attracting attention from Greece’s shipping community with a number of companies looking at the Greek capital market ... Marine Money Forum panelists noted Athens bonds are cheap for companies seeking to take on debt compared with other markets where such financial products are sold.
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Inspire Athens Awarded Helliniko Casino Concession

Greek City Times 23 Oct 2021
Inspire Athens IRC is expected to attract an influx of international tourists and provide a significant contribution to the Hellinikon project that will redefine the modern identity of Greece and is expected to support the local economy through the creation of more than 7,000 ...
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Athens 63rd among 100 digital nomad destinations

Ekathimerini 14 Oct 2021
Athens ranks a low 63rd among the 100 most attractive destinations for digital nomads in the world, according to a survey by ...
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New growth transition model

Ekathimerini 14 Oct 2021
That provision aside, which leaves a loophole for the operation of the lignite-burning units beyond 2023, the bill follows the pattern of the laws introduced ahead of the 2004 Olympics in Athens ... major attractions for investor interest on privileged terms.
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Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards returns on December 3, 2021

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 14 Oct 2021
... for the traditional end-of-year presentation dinner In Athens.
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Home2 Suites hotel to be built in Athens

Decatur Daily 13 Oct 2021
ATHENS — A Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel is coming to Athens after the City Council approved rebating half of its lodging tax for up to 10 years as an incentive ... We currently have a shortage of hotels at exit 351 and the Athens area for sporting events and other events going on and just travelers,” Marks said ... “Athens needs this,” Wales said.
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Biden Nominates Greek-American Tsunis for Greece Ambassadorship

The National Herald 10 Oct 2021
Tsunis has also received the Federation of Cypriot American Organizations "Justice for Cyprus" Award, bestowed on him by former Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias, and the joint American Jewish Committee/HALC Athens-Wishner Award ... in Athens by the beginning of 2022.
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Housing construction thriving

Ekathimerini 29 Sep 2021
Southern Athens is expected to remain the main attraction for builders, given the large demand recorded before the pandemic, mainly by buyers from abroad. The gradual development of the so-called “Athens Riviera,” through a series of investments led by the Elliniko project, has ...
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Opponents of 700-home development at Newby Farms cite traffic, drainage

Decatur Daily 26 Sep 2021
ATHENS — The City Council here will consider a rezoning request Monday for a proposed 700-home development near Cambridge Lane that has drawn opposition from neighbors who say it'll create hazardous heavy traffic, interfere with drainage and change the ambience of the area.
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Some homeless skeptical of government-sanctioned encampment

Auburnpub dot com 22 Sep 2021
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Some of the people living in an Athens homeless camp known as Cooterville say they're skeptical of a new, government-sanctioned homeless camp planned for the community ... There has been opposition to plans for the new homeless camp, with some people concerned that it will attract more homeless people to Athens.
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Mitsotakis: Culture & Tourism Define Greece-China Relations

The National Herald 17 Sep 2021
ATHENS -- Culture & tourism define Greece-China relations, said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the 'Greece-China Year of Culture & Tourism in 2021' event held in Athens on Thursday ... adorn the Ancient Agora of Athens, in the context of celebratory events.
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Greece and China launch official Year of Culture and Tourism

Greek City Times 17 Sep 2021
Wu Weishan, director of the National Museum of Art of China and which will adorn the Ancient Agora of Athens as part of the events, also sending a recorded message for the event was Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of China, Li Keqiang.
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Confucius & Socrates: Mitsotakis says Greek and Chinese civilizations “go back thousands of years”

Greek City Times 17 Sep 2021
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Greek and Chinese “culture and civilization go back thousands of years” at the start of the Greece-China Year of Culture & Tourism in 2021 event held yesterday in the Ancient Agora of Athens ... the Ancient Agora of Athens.
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Slow Internet Keeps Prized Digital Nomads Away from Greece

The National Herald 15 Sep 2021
ATHENS -- Greece's hopes of luring more valued and skilled digital nomads to work and live in the country – even offering tax incentives – isn't enough to offset what they most need, especially a fast and reliable Internet ... Nestpick said that Athens is the ...
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In an Ancient Greek Port, a New Cultural Hub

New York Times 13 Sep 2021
The city of Piraeus, just outside Athens, is becoming a haven for galleries and design studios attracted by its abundant warehouses and growing creative community ... .

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