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Daily Archives: June 6, 2012

IAB Study: 91% of European Internet Users Read News Online

426.9 million Europeans online across 28 markets. From Belgium to Bulgaria, from UK to Ukraine – Euopeans are more connected than ever before. What is impressive is that the majority of them,  91% of internet users read news online (388.5million), with men more likely to be consumers of news online than women …

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IIF Spokeswoman: Charles Dallara Steps Down

Charles Dallara, who led the private banks’ side in grueling negotiations over writing down Greek debt, is stepping down as head of the Institute of International Finance, an IIF spokeswoman has said. 1 of 1 Last month in Dublin, Mr Dallara urged less fiscal pressure on Athens Dallara will stay …

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Mytilene: Quatriplegic Man “Handed Over” to Insurance Fund, As Family Has No Economic Means…

Under the burden of heavy economic hardships and cuts in social welfare benefits, the family of a quadriplegic man saw no other solution: they loaded the 43-year-old man in a borrowed carrier and transported him from Plomari village to the island’s capital city. There,  the family briefed the IKA directors, that it cannot …

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ND Elections Spot “Why, Sir?” Triggers Lots of Ironic Reactions – Compare with Argentina’s Anti-IMF Spot… (videos)

The elections spot of conservative Nea Dimocratia featuring school kids asking their teacher “Why isn’t Greece in the Euro, Sir?” triggered a lot of especially ironic reactions, not only because children were used for political purposes. And if this wasn’t enough,  some really mean Greeks checked out the internet to find out the …

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Tsipras Briefed G20-Diplomats on SYRIZA’s Pro-European Stance and Foregin Policy

Government challenger Alexis Tsipras from left-wing SYRIZA invited the ambassadors of G20 most industrialized states in Athens in order to brief them about the party’s pro-European stance, its programme and main objectives in foreign policy. Based on the central party position that the Memorandum of Understanding leads to the destruction of the …

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