Passenger ships set off of all ports in Greece early in the morning after the sailors strike ended and they got back to work. Their trade union decided today at 6 am to put an end to the eight-day strike after the government decided yesterday to hand out summonses to all passenger fleet protesting employees which occupied the ships. Some of the sailors tore the summons, while others kept them, they said from the Panhellenic Seamen Federation.
According to data of Towers Watson survey, the estimated average income of CEOs in the private sector in Greece is around € 237,000 per year, this volume ranking the country among the first five of best-paid managers in the world.
Financiers, politicians and economists gathered at the 21st Forum The Greek Economy-Rebuilding Greek Credibility. All turned out unanimous that the country has achieved a lot in the last year, but the road to financial stability is still long.