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Tax inspectors set to focus on rich taxpayers and big firms

The tax administration is embarking on a series of inspections of wealthy taxpayers and major enterprises. It is primarily targeting cases going back over the last three to five years that are of greater tax collection interest due to the size of incomes to be probed and the increased likelihood of dues payment.

City breaks, winter destinations ‘hot’ in February for Greeks

Αthens, Thessaloniki and Arahova welcomed the most Greek visitors in February, followed by the coastal towns of Nafplion and Loutraki, according to recent data released by SETE Intelligence, the research department of the Greek Tourism…

NJV Athens Plaza named ‘Champion’ of sustainability

The NJV Athens Plaza hotel, located in the center of the Greek capital, has been announced a Sustainable Development Goals Champion for being a member of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC). The hotel received the title during the…

Athens wants control over degrading pedion tou Areos Park

With one of the Greek capital’s major parks, Pedion tou Areos, being nearly taken over by drug addicts, pimps and male prostitutes, the City of Athens wants to take over jurisdiction, New Democracy Mayoral candidate Kostas Bakoyannis said.

Cash that could have softened austerity

In the fall of 2013, an International Monetary Fund official stunned a number of Greek officials from state entities and ministries in central Athens by telling them that, according to his calculations, the general government must have had…