The Greek economy still faces "excessive imbalances" such as a high public debt, unemployment and a high rate of non-performing loans, despite progress made in the last few years, the European Commission said in its European Semester report released on Wednesday, which examines macroeconomic imbalances in all EU member-states.
The European Commission on Friday announced that it had received formal notification from the Republic of North Macedonia of its new name, as set out in the terms of the Prespes Agreement with Greece.
The European Commission is forecasting further growth for the Greek economy in 2019, on the back of a 2 percent growth rate increase in 2018 and following the completion of its bailout program last August.
In a victory for Greece's dairy industry and farmers within the European Union, the Czech Republic has sent the European Commission a draft amendment to its national laws that will prevent Czech dairies from marketing products that are…
The European Commission on Thursday urged Greece to recover an illegal financial support worth 135.8 million euros to LARCO mining company, taking another step in proceeding against the Greek state.
The European Commission on Thursday distanced itself from comments by European Commissioner for Migration Dimitris Avramopoulos, who said on Wednesday "the Prespes Agreement is not balanced and thus problematic".
The European Commission warned on Wednesday that programs of some EU states to sell passports and visas to wealthy foreigners could help organized crime groups infiltrate the bloc and raise the risk of money laundering, corruption and tax…
The European Commission agrees with plans to increase the minimum wage, provided that the increase is cautious, labour ministry sources said on Wednesday, after the conclusion of a meeting between Labour Minister Effie Achtsioglou and…
The European Commision has approved under EU State aid rules a voucher scheme to support the take-up in Greece of broadband services with download speeds of at least 100 Megabit per second.
Greece will receive the lion’s share of the additional 305 million euros in emergency assistance granted by the European Commission to deal with the migration crisis.