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The Asclepieion of Epidaurus: Past, present and future

By |2020-11-05T16:41:15+03:00March 22nd, 2019|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File January - February - March 2019, No. 119 By Professor Vassilis Labrinoudakis In the last five years, an ambitious plan is being implemented, aiming to transform the site into an archaeological and environmental park, which will illustrate the identity of the whole Epidaurus area and connect its monuments with modern life Fortune [...]

Sailing Back to the Future

By |2020-11-05T16:35:12+03:00March 22nd, 2019|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February March 2019, No. 119  Costas Apodiacos of Piraeus-based Blue Planet Shipping has taken the pioneering step, in partnership with leading Anglo-Greek rotor sail specialists Anemoi, to use the force of wind as a renewable energy source on bulk carrier AFROS which was named ‘Ship of the Year’ at the Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping [...]

Takis Arapoglou: Banking on better times

By |2020-10-23T10:56:58+03:00March 8th, 2019|Greek Business File|

Takis Arapoglou: Banking on better times Takis Arapoglou is the new President of the Bank of Cyprus. With a long run in the Greek banking sector (Ionian, Citibank, Ethniki, to mention a few) and the economy in general (he is the President of Titan and Tsakos Energy Navigation), Mr. Arapoglou had an interview with the [...]

M. Demertzis, Deputy Director of Bruegel Institute

By |2020-11-05T17:05:26+03:00March 7th, 2019|Greek Business File|

About the course of the economic policy in Eurozone   On Friday, 1st of March, at the sidelines of Delphi Economic Forum IV, economia Publishing asked the Deputy Director of Bruegel Institute, Maria Demertzis, about the course of the economic policy in Eurozone.   https://youtu.be/Ux58dvh7LQU   I think that economic policy in the Eurozone is [...]

Ship Management in the Age of Big Data and Digitalisation

By |2020-11-05T17:12:14+03:00February 22nd, 2019|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2019, No. 119 SHIPPING by Suzanna Laskaridis     Shipping markets have become a lot more complex in recent years with companies facing intense competition and a plethora of often restricting regulations that they have to comply with. Digitalisation has affected many industries in the past years; however, the shipping industry [...]

Eastern Mediterranean: are the Yankees going home?

By |2020-11-05T17:17:16+03:00February 20th, 2019|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2019, No. 119 POLITICS by Professor G. Prevelakis       President Trump’s decision to more or less abandon the Kurds, the US’ main ally in the struggle against ISIS, by withdrawing US forces from Syria, has created a feeling of anxiety in countries like Israel and Greece, accustomed to rely on [...]

Capitalism is becoming less competitive

By |2020-09-17T16:24:42+03:00January 17th, 2019|The Economist-Open Future|

  How different countries are tackling a growing economic problem Competition in America: Where capitalism has become far less healthy  AMERICA’S airlines used to be famous for two things: terrible service and worse finances. Today flyers still endure hidden fees, late flights, bruised knees, clapped-out fittings and sub-par food. Yet airlines now make juicy profits. [...]

A room with a view: Europe and the sea

By |2020-11-05T14:05:48+03:00December 28th, 2018|Greek Business File|

A room with a view: Europe and the sea Greek Business File, November-December 2018, No. 118 By G. Prevelakis   The so-called “poly-crisis”, testing the reflexes of Europe, was the topic of the 2nd Conference organised under the Europe in Discourse initiative, which was held in Athens. Discourse analysts, linguists, historians, economists, sociologists and other [...]

Part III: The antidote to civilisational collapse

By |2020-09-18T12:07:14+03:00December 27th, 2018|The Economist-Open Future|

  An interview with the documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis  | PART III The Economist: Why are you optimistic? Mr Curtis: Because I think that human beings, in themselves, are dynamic. They’re born, they live, they die. We’ve got the idea of a dynamic thing built into us. At the moment, everything seems stuck but there is a [...]

Part II: The antidote to civilisational collapse

By |2020-09-18T12:10:43+03:00December 20th, 2018|The Economist-Open Future|

  An interview with the documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis  | PART II The Economist: Well, it’s not very romantic and it doesn’t create very compelling interview copy, but throughout recent history, incremental changes have made a lot of people’s lives a lot better all over the world. Mr Curtis: I’m not denying it. But that has colonised [...]

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