One year on from the train collision at Tempe which claimed the lives of 57 passengers and railway staff, the government is battling to defend the investigation of the accident against accusations of a cover-up.
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The credit expansion in the Greek private sector slightly slowed in January, rising by 3 percent year-on-year (YoY), up from 3.6 percent in December, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures released on Tuesday showed.
The net private sector deposits in the Greek banking system contracted significantly in January with a drop of 5.24 billion euros, after a 6.38 billion euros jump in December, based on the latest Bank of Greece (BoG) figures released on Tuesday.
The Treasury secretary said she called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel to reduce barriers to commerce for Palestinians.
In an initial move, the coffeehouse chain said Workers United members would get improved benefits that other employees received in 2022.
President Biden and Vice President Harris met on Feb. 27, 2024, with congressional leaders to find a way to avoid a shutdown.
With few unilateral options and little hope of legislation from Congress, the president’s early investment in competition policy could pay a political dividend.
MPs are due to begin debating on Tuesday the government’s university reform bill, which paves the way for foreign institutions to set up chapters in Greece and appears to have no support from the opposition parties.
Pandemic disruptions may have muddled the measurement of home prices in inflation data. That could complicate the Fed’s course on interest rates.