Greece ordered electricity workers back to their jobs yesterday, threatening them with arrest if they continue with strikes that have caused power cuts across the country in the middle of its tourism season.
The move came after wo
Asry, a leading ship and rig repair yard in the Gulf, showcased its products and services at one of the world's leading shipping exhibitions, Posidonia, in Athens, boosting its commercial presence in one of the globe's main shipping hubs
UAE national airline Etihad Airways and codeshare partner Aegean Airlines, are celebrating five years of Etihad’s non-stop services between Athens and Abu Dhabi, and the start of Aegean’s new direct flights to Abu Dhabi.
Gulf Air, Bahrain's national carrier, recently hosted a networking event for Greece-based travel agents to promote tourism between Bahrain, the GCC region and Greece, and to share information about Gulf Air products and services.
The outlook for the global travel industry looks brighter for 2014 as European economic recovery and rising consumer confidence are prompting holidaymakers and businesses to loosen their purse strings again.
Growth is still uneven
Investors from non-EU countries will be allowed to obtain five-year resident permits in Greece, provided the investment is at least 250,000 euros ($340,378), according to a new law, said a report.
The Greek Consul General in Jedda
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has signed a codeshare agreement with Aegean Airlines, Greece’s largest commercial airline.
The agreement will see Aegean Airlines commence a four times
Vodafone has been served with a 250 million euro ($343.26 million) lawsuit for allegedly breaching its contracts and causing harm to a Greek retail partner, the Financial Times reported late on Sunday.
The FT, citing claims it had
An earthquake rattled Athens on Wednesday, causing buildings to shake for several seconds, Reuters witnesses said.
There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage, police and fire brigade officials said, and the streets of
The queues of jobless people across Spain, Portugal and Greece will lengthen further but an end to recession is within sight, according to the latest Reuters poll on some of the euro zone's most vulnerable economies.