The Bank of Greece recently released balance of travel services statistics for the country for the period of January to September 2016, which show a surplus of $10.97 million, a 9 percent reduction from the same period in 2015.
LG’s new flagship phone, the LG G6, will be equipped with extensively tested copper heat pipes that allow the phone to remain operational in temperatures 15 percent higher than the maximum required for it to go to market
Atlassian plans to retain the company’s brand and services, as well as its current employees, and does not anticipate any significant changes for Trello’s existing customer base, which includes users in the Balkan nations, in the near term.
The Republic of Serbia’s Ministry of Education, Science and
Technological Development recently announced a new campaign, KODigranje, under
its Battle for Knowledge initiative through which it hopes to increase the digital
literacy of primary students throughout the country.
Invest Europe recently highlighted the need for increased private-sector investment in infrastructures in Europe, citing similar projects promised by American and Chinese leaders as a threat to the continent’s competitiveness.
Gorenje Group, a home appliances manufacturer based in
Slovenia, recently highlighted its growth over the past year, which includes an
estimated revenue figure of $1.35 billion, a 2.6 percent increase on last
Republic of Srpska officials, including Deputy Prime
Minister Anton Kasipovic and Minister of Administration and Local
Self-Government Lejla Resic, recently met with trade union leaders to discuss
their joint concerns and actions for 2017.
The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) of Greece recently celebrated the
arrival of the first passenger ship of 2017, the Blue Star Delos, with PPA
executives boarding the ship and giving out an honorary plaque and gifts.
Following a recent session of the Stock Markets Steering Committee of Hellenic Exchanges - Athens Stock Exchange, the committee announced several trading commencements and market making licenses to be implemented in the coming weeks.
KPMG International’s recently released International Global Automotive Executive Survey 2017 shows that the automotive sector is moving away from an industry based on building and selling cars, and toward one based on a digital ecosystem.
KPMG recently released the second edition of its Variables for Sustained Growth (VSG) index, which suggests that the UK’s position on the index could benefit from educational and infrastructure investment, but does not yet account for the effects of Brexit.