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Ta Nea (D.e.f. "The News"), is a daily newspaper established in 1931 and has been Greek's best-selling newspaper for decades. Some of its prominent columnists include Yannis Pretenderis, Pavlos Tsimas, and Stavros Theodorakis. "Ta Nea" is also the name of a parallel Hellenic-Australian publication produced in Melbourne by Greek Media Group.

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In the meantime, there is hardly any business that does not operate its own online shop. Greece is still lagging behind in Europe when it comes to online shopping, but it is catching up every year and it is a constantly... more

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