Home/Greek Business File

Covid-19: health-policy issues and economic consequences

By |2020-09-18T13:51:16+03:00May 7th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Covid-19: health-policy issues and economic consequences As the Covid-19 pandemic seems to have reached its peak and lock-downs are being relaxed around the world – especially in Europe that is Greece’s own environment – a bird’s-eye approach to the health-policy issues raised and to the economic consequences is useful for every country. As Greece is [...]

The labyrinth of Cretan cuisine

By |2020-10-09T16:40:17+03:00April 7th, 2020|Greek Business File|

An American student visits a traditional family business in Crete, renowned for its hospitality and culinary arts. This is an innovative experiential recipe book by Anh Tran which celebrates the “farm to table” Cretan homemade food, edited by Maria Chnaraki, Ethnosociologist, Folklorist & Cultural Anthropologist, Professor at Drexel University (Philadelphia – USA), Official Representative of [...]

Greek Business File April –May 2020 goes digital for subscribers and readers of print copies for free

By |2020-10-14T16:44:46+03:00March 31st, 2020|Greek Business File|

Dear readers, Due to Covid-19, which has hardened our collective work, the full issue of Greek Business File  April –May 2020 goes digital for subscribers and readers of print copies for free. You can click here to download. This issue is driven by the shock Covid-19 has caused to all of us on Planet Earth. Vasilis Trigkas [...]

Evaluating the significance of Thermopylae and Salamis in the modern world

By |2020-10-14T16:46:21+03:00March 30th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2020, No 124 GBF reports Evaluating the significance of Thermopylae and Salamis in the modern world The events celebrating the 2.500-year anniversary of the famous battles of Thermopylae and Salamis were kickstarted on 20 January with an enlightening international symposium where, distinguished academics explained how those two battles of Antiquity changed [...]

Bringing Greece’s “liquid gold” to the international healthy food market

By |2020-10-14T16:48:04+03:00March 26th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2020, No 124 By Symela Touchtidou Bringing Greece’s “liquid gold” to the international healthy food market. E-LA-WON, which started by offering upmarket extra virgin olive oil and is now producing various agricultural products, is determined to show the world that Greece is capable of unique top quality products, innovative entrepreneurship and [...]

ΙΜΟ 2020: The new beginning for maritime industry

By |2020-10-14T16:49:21+03:00March 24th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2020, No 124 By Antonis Karamalegkos The ΙΜΟ 2020 new regulations have caused several concerns for the maritime industry. The imposition of new environmental standards challenges shipping companies, testing their readiness and reflexes as the new sulphur limits became effective from January 1, 2020, Professor Dinos Arcoumanis explains speaking to GBF. [...]

Awaiting the New EU Migration Pact: Geopolitical Conundrums, Humanitarian Deficits

By |2020-10-14T16:50:36+03:00March 16th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2020, No 124 By Ira Bliatka   Awaiting the New EU Migration Pact: Geopolitical Conundrums, Humanitarian Deficits   A new EU migration agreement is underway, promising a systematic approach rather than the crisis-management model of 2015-2016. Migration, a complex global issue, lies beyond what any one country alone can handle. Yet, [...]

Greece is on the road to credit upgrades in 2020

By |2020-10-14T16:51:58+03:00March 10th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2020, No 124 By Dimitris Kontogiannis   Greece is on the road to credit upgrades in 2020   It looks quite challenging, and perhaps a long shot, but 2020 could be the year Greece joins the club of countries with investment credit rating status. A host of factors from limited new [...]

Let Lebanon Burn?

By |2020-10-14T16:53:21+03:00March 5th, 2020|Greek Business File|

Greek Business File, January-February-March 2020, No 124   By Nick Papandreou   Let Lebanon Burn? The political paralysis in Lebanon has led to an economic crisis. The banks have imposed capital controls to ensure deposits do not disappear. It is estimated that the country needs a $20-$25bn bailout including International Monetary Fund (IMF) support to [...]

Go to Top