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Apostolos Georgiades & Associates

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APOSTOLOS GEORGIADES & ASSOCIATES is a highly respected law firm actively involved in both domestic and international transactions and disputes, with a long legal tradition and profound expertise in most areas of Greek law. Name Partner Dr. Apostolos Georgiades, emeritus Professor at the University of Athens Law School, member of the Academy of Athens and …

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Andersen Legal - Pistiolis - Triantafyllos & Associates Law Firm

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Pistiolis – Triantafyllos & Associates is a leading independent law firm based in Athens, with in-depth, genuine and proven expertise in certain areas of law and specific industry sectors. The firm’s senior lawyers have worked within government and regulatory agencies, and therefore have a better understanding of the approach and priorities of regulatory officials and …

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KP Law Firm

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KP is a broad niche practice serving international and domestic commercial and industrial corporates, financial institutions, and natural persons facing critical and high impact situations, in contentious and non-contentious matters within its fields of expertise.

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Legal market overview in Greece

After a protracted delay, 2021 finally saw the start of the construction of the €8bn Hellinikon project on the site of the old Athens international airport. The project is seen as crucial to reviving Greece's post-pandemic fortunes and is among the largest urban regeneration projects in Europe. The development has already generated 10,000 jobs and is forecast to create a further 70,000 jobs once complete. This project is expected to contribute 2.4% to Greece’s GDP when finished, expediting the 9% decline as seen in 2020.Investments from property developers also saw an uptick in other projects work, supporting the construction of hotels, shopping malls, restaurants, residential homes and a casino. As a result of construction, the tourism industry is expected to see a healthy increase with international visitors expected to grow by 10%.In a further sign of the more positive environment, the country will also receive €31bn by 2026 from the Next Generation EU fund. The financing is intended to support investments and reforms, and includes support for climate objectives.