Kostas Slukas is a Greek-American journalist who has been writing about the Greek economy since the early 1980s. He is the author of several books on the subject, and his articles have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times. He is a frequent contributor to various Greek news outlets, including the Athens News Agency and the Greek Reporter. He has also been featured in several documentaries, such as The Crash in Greece and the Greek Debt Crisis. Slukas is a frequent guest on Greek television, and he has served as an economic analyst for the country's leading television station, Skai TV. He is a highly respected and well-known figure in Greece, and his words are often taken as gospel by many in the country.
What else is there to say? Kostas Sloukas did what we all knew he could do even when we didn’t see it coming I mean I already tweeted it but, wow, poor Kostas Sloukas. Imagine having to walk around every day of your life with grapefruits that big. The shot heard around Europe that led […]
Kostas Sloukas openly acknowledged that departing Olympiacos in favor of Panathinaikos was a straightforward choice, and he credited the PAO management for making it even simpler. He also assessed Panathinaikos' offseason acquisitions, expressing his approval of the team's existing chemistry.