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IMF approves in principle participation in Greek program without financing

The International Monetary Fund approves in principle participation in Greek program without financing, the Fund’s spokesman Gerry Rice said on Thursday. According to the Greek correspondents in Washington, “the IMF present approval of Greek program without financing until debt easing has been granted as a way of putting pressure on …

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European Commission will set out plan to tackle air traffic control strikes

The European commission is expected to act to reduce the impact of air traffic control strikes, which have disrupted thousands of flights in recent years, with British holidaymakers often badly affected.  Airlines are expecting Brussels to call on member states this week to protect international flights passing over its airspace …

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Gazprom ready to consider TAP as alternative for supplies to Europe

Russia’s Gazprom is ready to consider the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), designed to transport natural gas from Azerbaijan to the EU countries, as an option for gas supplies to Europe, Kommersant newspaper reported referring to its sources. Gazprom is now leaning towards the Poseidon gas pipeline as the main option for …

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Athens: No buses and trolley buses for six hours, June 13/2017

Workers at buses and trolley buses in Athens will launch a six-hour work stoppage on Tuesday, June 13 2017. Reason for the work stoppage are the general assemblies of the two workers’ unions. No bus, no trolley bus from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 13 2017.

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