Halyvourgiki steel mill faces power cut due to arrears
Greece's biggest and most historic steel mill, Halyvourgiki, faces the immediate prospect of a blackout due to its long-term arrears to the Public Power Corp. (PPC), the dominant electricity utility in the country.
Lloyds List: 22 Greek executives, shipowners in Top 100 personalities in global shipping sector
Greek shipping executives and shipowners are the biggest group, in terms of ethnicity, on this year's Lloyds List of the 100 most powerful personalities in global shipping, with 15 Greeks - 13 men and two women - picking up the distinction.
Mastercard: Greece first among central, eastern Europe in POS/population ratio
Greece is in first place among countries in central and eastern Europe in the ratio of POS terminals to population, according to a study by Mastercard. Specifically, 48,854 terminals correspond to every one million residents in the country.