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Daily Briefing June 24 2024

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Special Report: Greece 2024

Visitors to Greece’s biennial Posidonia will no doubt find the nation’s shipowners optimistic of a golden future. As our special report observes, there are also positive vibes around Greece’s shipbuilding and repair sector, while the wider maritime cluster continues gathering strength. Click here to view the full report

 

Greek flags atop shipping offices in the port of Piraeus
Greek banks continue their rise

Four of the five biggest lenders to Greek shipping are now home-based banks as international institutions struggle to sate their appetite for deals

INTERVIEW Greek shipping minister Christos Stylianides
‘Going green and getting real’: Greek shipping minister looks to strike a balance

Shipping minister Christos Stylianides has been in office less than a year but is well qualified to make progress on some of the industry’s toughest challenges

Onex Neorion in Syros
Seeing is believing as Greek shipyards find saviours

The picture for Greece’s shipyard sector is looking much brighter as it undergoes a remarkable transformation after decades of gloom 

FREE TO READ Greeks have invested heavily in modern tankers
Better placed than ever? Greek shipowners leading from the front

At the vanguard of shipping since the days of Onassis and Niarchos, Greeks have once again been heavily reinvesting in shipping and are as well equipped as anyone to meet the challenges of decarbonising the industry 

 

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