Asia's largest economy has been making increasing inroads in predominantly Islamic countries.
The inferno in Mati was by far Greece’s worst since fires devastated the southern Peloponnese peninsula in August 2007.
People in Athens remain dissatisfied and doubt their situation will improve in the short-term.
The chief executive officer of Greece's largest lender expects that the emergency liquidity assistance given by the European Central Bank (ECB) will end in 2018.
The Greek government no longer believes that stimulus from the European Central Bank (ECB) is crucial for the economic recovery in Greece.
Greece's bailout program is set to end in August of next year but doubts remain over whether the country will be able to stand on its own feet after the summer.
Greece's international lenders are expected to agree on Thursday to unblock as much as 8 billion euros in loans that Athens desperately needs to next month to pay its bills, but to leave the contentious issue of debt relief for later.
Germany is to blame for the fact that Greece is still waiting for creditors to deliver on their debt relief promises, a former Greek finance minister told CNBC on Wednesday.
The legacy of the Rio Olympics is a farce and the IOC should've seen it coming, writes USA Today's Nancy Armour.
Singapore-based startup Hiverlab is taking virtual reality application beyond gaming and entertainment.
Pierre Moscovici, European commissioner for economic and financial affairs, weighs in on the Greek economy.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of the Greek New Democracy opposition party, says that the current government is "pretending to implement real reforms."
Giorgos Stathakis, Greek economy minister, discusses his government's relationship with its central bank.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley discusses what look set to be key issues at today's meeting of European economy and finance minsters in Bratislava.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is heading to Greece on Friday as part of a charm offensive.
Euro zone finance ministers approve an aid package to extend another lifeline to the debt-laden country.
European finance ministers struck a deal to address Athens' request for debt assistance, reports CNBC's Julia Chatterley.