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Shipping in the sights of Brussels

By |2020-10-23T13:13:20+03:00July 6th, 2017|Greek Business File|

Shipping in the sights of Brussels Business File, April-May 2017, No. 110 Interview Panos Laskaridis, President elect of ECSA, guides us through the maze of the European debate. The Commission has opened a preliminary enquiry on Greece about the taxation regime of shipping. At present, the expecta- tion is that a satisfactory consensus solution may be reached. A recurrent issue [...]

“Building bridges with other nations and societies”

By |2020-10-23T13:11:33+03:00July 6th, 2017|Greek Business File|

"Building bridges with other nations and societies" Business File, April-May 2017, No. 110 Interview James Stavridis’ role both in the military and diplomacy required for international a airs means he is a proponent of “smart power”, defined as the “balance of hard and soft power taken together.” Stavridis has encouraged the creation of security through [...]

Hopeful signs for ship financing from EU banks

By |2020-10-20T17:23:06+03:00July 5th, 2017|Greek Business File, Χωρίς κατηγορία|

Hopeful signs for ship financing from EU banks The international and EU framework on capital requirements for ships has an impact on the cost of their nancing. In the a ermath of the 2008 nancial crisis ship lending from banks has become more costly and scarce at international and EU level. Bank lending is subject to the Basel III [...]

The new age of e-Government: Public administration without borders

By |2020-10-23T12:53:35+03:00July 5th, 2017|Greek Business File|

The new age of e-Government: Public administration without borders Business File, June-July-August 2017, No. 111 Public Sector Public Administration stubbornly refuses the transformation to a modern e-Government despite the pressure from the citizens and the constant demand by the Europeans and the IMF. Stavros-Ioannis Benos, a true pioneer of e-Government in Greece, explains in his [...]

Raphael Moissis reflects on the electricity sector in Greece – and the PPC

By |2020-10-23T12:45:08+03:00July 5th, 2017|Greek Business File|

Raphael Moissis reflects on the electricity sector in Greece - and the PPC Business File, June-July-August 2017, No. 111 Energy The recent government’s agreement to sell about 40% of the dominant power utility Public Power Corp’s capacity makes Dr Moissis, former governor of PPC, very skeptical. For that reason he outlines his impressive, heretical proposal [...]

Hopeful signs for ship financing from EU banks

By |2020-10-23T13:09:06+03:00July 5th, 2017|Greek Business File|

Hopeful signs for ship financing from EU banks The international and EU framework on capital requirements for ships has an impact on the cost of their nancing. In the a ermath of the 2008 nancial crisis ship lending from banks has become more costly and scarce at international and EU level. Bank lending is subject to the Basel III [...]

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