Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appears to have sustained heavy damage from the aftermath of 31 March municipal elections. The coalition between the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) of President Erdogan and the Nationalist Movement Party (MPH) led by Devlet Bahceli managed to retain the overall vote with 51.63%. Meanwhile, the…
Air France received an award for the superior quality champagne selection served to customers flying in first class seats. The award was received by Air France executives in the Sky Awards 2018 ceremony hosted at the prestigious The Langham…
Greece achieved a financial recovery feat on Tuesday, in the aftermath of a bruising, decade long financial crisis, upon selling €2.5 billion of 10-year bonds for the first team since it was entrapped into the vicious cycle of depression.
The drawn-out campaign period is harming the country’s fragile economy by sending mixed signals to foreign and local investors, Greece’s opposition leader has warned.
Former Microsoft Head Bill Gates argued on Tuesday that tech giants are not in a position to contribute more taxes to state economies if there are not legal safeguards urging them to do so.
The Qatari government concluded an open skies agreement with the European Union on Wednesday.
Business leaders from 52 corporations in Greece have set up on Saturday at a mountainous resort near the city of Trikala the Ella-Dika Mas (Greek-own) initiative.
Washington officials attempted to persuade their European counterparts to exclude Huawei and other Chinese mobile telecommunications companies from access to 5G technologies.
A Venezuelan legislator exposed the foiled attempt of Venezuelan authorities to transfer $1.2 billion to Uruguayan bank accounts on Tuesday.
The French Minister of Europe Affairs Nathalie Loiseau argued on Sunday that the European Union’s competition rules are not working to the benefit of consumers.