Employers’ group (SEV) to propose Evangelos Mytilineos as next president
Well-known businessman Evangelos Mytilineos, the head of the same-name international mining and metals group, will, by all accounts, be the next president of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV), which represents industry and mid-to-large companies in Greece as a “social partner”.
Mytilineos is set to serve as the 25th president of SEV, following a decision by the employers group’s executive council this week, with the latter’s proposal to be submitted at the federation’s general assembly in May 2018.
The current two-term SEV president, Theodoros Fessas, had announced last summer that he will step down from the post.
You may be interested
FYROM name dispute meeting in Vienna endsPanos - Apr 26, 2018
“We are committed to trying to find a solution to the name issue of FYROM”, the UN special mediator on…
Tsipras-Juncker meeting in AthensPanos - Apr 26, 2018
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday will receiving EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at his Maximos Mansion office. According…
Eurostat: ‘Severely materially deprived’ people in Greece at 21.1% of populationPanos - Apr 26, 2018
Eurostat this week calculated the number of "severely materially deprived people" in Greece at 21.1 percent of the country's population,…