Good that there are statistics and we can base our complains on real facts and statistical data. Eurostat found out that household electricity and gas prices rose between the second half of 2011 and the second half of 2012 in the Europe of 27. In simple English, that is between … Read More »
Daily Archives: May 27, 2013
There are times when the honest Greek wants to bang his head on the wall. Any wall. Made of any material (wood, iron, stone). Main thing is the wall is solid and can stand the head weight of a naturally born idiot. These times occur when one reads, about favoritism … Read More »
A very angry woman entered the tax office of Chania in Crete at 9 o’clock on Monday morning. In real outrage, she was shouting and brandishing a cleaver she was holding. She threatened the tax office staff. She was reportedly shouting “Give me my money back!” She managed to enter … Read More »
Schaueble wants low interest loans: Germany mutates from tormentor to savior of euro-crisis countries?
Germany will help the broke countries of the euro zone South: Spain, Portugal and Greece. Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble plans that German state Development Bank KfW will give loans of low interest rates to small and medium enterprises in Portugal and Spain, and most likely also in Greece. According to … Read More »