20 January 2019
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In the next 10 days the tender for Greek Sugar Industry

18 January 19

An international tender for the sale of the Greek Sugar Industry to a strategic investor is expected to be announced in the next 10 days.


Greece's per capita GDP shrinks in 2016

18 January 19

Greece's per capita GDP came to 16,378 euros in 2016 compared to 16,381 euros in 2015, down 0.02 pct.


PPC inks €155M new loan financing with EIB

18 January 19

The Public Power Corporation (PPC) signed an agreement on Friday for a loan worth 155 million euros with the European Investment Bank.


Registered unemployment jumps almost 4% in December

18 January 19

The total number of registered unemployed actively seeking work came to 935,449 in December 2018.



REPORTS

The Greek economic sentiment remains unchanged in December

10 January 19

Business expectations in the industrial sector showed a slight deterioration in estimates over orders, demand and inventories.

Greek enterprises hesitate to apply for new loans

17 January 19

Businessmen were reluctant to seek new loans because of the prevailing high interest rates in the market.

LEGAL-TAX

Government's arrears paidn to individuals at €225.1M in November

18 January 19

The government paid the amount of 225.1 million euros in November 2018 for general government's arrears to individuals, tax refunds and for pending pensions, according to the General Accounting Office.

DEALS

DATE BUYER SELLER
03 January 23 NBG Pangaea REIC I&B Real Estate (Θυγατρική ΓΕΚ ΤΕΡΝΑ)
22 December 22 NBG Pangaea REIC

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MARKET WATCH

VIEWS

May has Britain’s grudging respect. And not much more

14 December 18 | Rosa Prince

Theresa May Is Determined — and Doomed.

Greece benefitted the most!

10 January 19 | Jyrki Katainen

Greece received a total of 2.7 billion euros from the European Investment Fund with EFSI support, and is expected to activate €11M investments.

INTERVIEWS

More educational opportunities and women are needed in the industry

15 January 19 | Larry Silverstein

Silverstein joined commercial real estate as a broker, and bought his first property — an industrial loft on East 23rd Street — in 1957 with his father.



STRUCTURES

Ater Architects creates a friendly children's clinic in Kiev

Called Doctor U, the two-room 38 square metre facility is located in a new residential complex in the city.


DIRECT INVESTMENT

Karelias inks strategic deal with Villiger Sohne

Villiger's a cigar manufacturer in Switzerland for which Karelias will have the exclusive distribution rights for in Greece.


BUSINESS

Government's arrears paidn to individuals at €225.1M in November

The government paid the amount of 225.1 million euros in November 2018 for general government's arrears to individuals, tax refunds and for pending pensions, according to the General Accounting Office.


INTERNATIONAL

Muhammad Ali' Michigan estate sold to Turkish educational foundation

The property spans over an approximately 328-decare land on the edge of the Joseph River in Berrien Springs in northern U.S. state of Michigan.


SUSTAINABLE

PPC inks €155M new loan financing with EIB

The Public Power Corporation (PPC) signed an agreement on Friday for a loan worth 155 million euros with the European Investment Bank.


G.I.S

DATA

Industrial turnover index jumps 7% in November

18 January 19 | RE+D magazine

In November 2017, the corresponding annual rate of change of the Overall Turnover Index in Industry was 13.2%.

WiRED

Natural Disasters

17 February 15 | Γιάννης Δ. Παπαδομαρκάκης

UN’s data suggests that there will be needed $12trillion in funds to finance urban development projects within the next decade.

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