Tourism, Greece’s second largest industry after the shipping industry, and already in a downdraft, is taking another hit as tour bus drivers will go on strike for four days next week; wage negotiations have deadlocked.
Owners demand that drivers take a 50% cut in pay and benefits on top of the 20% cut they’ve already suffered.
The National Organization for Healthcare Provision (EOPYY), Greece’s state-owned health insurer, hasn’t paid pharmacists for months and owes them €540 million.
In turn, pharmacists are refusing to sell medications to insured patients ...
keyboard shortcuts: V vote up article J next comment K previous comment