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Jul

Bakery chain offers bread free of charge to pensioners, jobless

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One of Greece’s biggest bakery chains announced it will offer bread free of charge to pensioners, poor, jobless and large families in an effort to help vulnerable society groups to cope with capital controls and bank holiday. According to an announcement by Venetis Bakery, the offer will be valid as […]

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3
Jul

Referendum: Council of State to rule over “constitutionality”, 3 rallies in downtown Athens

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Greece’s agenda on Friday: 1. at 12 noon the Council of State will convene to discuss the “constitutionality of the Referendum  after two citizens submitted an appeal. Ruling is expected later on the day, probably in the afternoon. 2. Three Referendum rallies in downtown Athens: YES outside the Ancient Olympic […]

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2
Jul

PM Tsipras comments on IMF’s analysis, confident on imminent agreement “if Referendum with strong NO”

Posted by in Economy, Politics

During a live interview with private ANT1 TV, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras commented on tonight’s IMF analysis on Greek debt. “IMF says 30% Debt Relief, 20 years repayment, new finance package. IMF didn’t tell us so during negotiations.” He expressed confidence for an agreement even if the Referendum result is […]

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2
Jul

IMF lures Gov’t: “Greece’s Debt not viable, needs Relief, longer repayment, lower interest

Posted by in Economy

What did the International Monetary Fund do first thing in the morning, Washington time, on Thursday? The IMF published a debt sustainability analysis on Greece. Among others, the IMF says that Greece’s Debt is not viable and Greece needs a Debt Relief, €50billion in new finance from October 2015 until […]

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2
Jul

Gov’t junior partner ANEL expels one MP for saying YES to Referendum

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Coalition government partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) expelled one lawmaker for having said on television this morning that he will vote YES in Sunday’s referendum. THe MP was expelled in less than 2 hours after his statement, the party wants him to return the seat. From what it is said on […]

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2
Jul
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Min Pappas: “Banks will reopen as soon as Greece reaches an agreement”

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Greek government is confident that banks will open again as soon as an agreement is reached with the creditors. After Sunday’s referendum, of course, as for the time being EU, ECB and IMf have said in one loud voice that they will not speak/talk/negotiate with Greece before the Referendum. “Greek […]

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2
Jul

Varoufakis “will resign” if Greeks vote YES, prefers “to cut arm off than deal without Debt Restructuring”

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Finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has stated that he will resign if the Greek people vote ‘Yes’ in Sunday’s referendum. Speaking to Bloomberg TV on Thursday morning, Varoufakis said among others: * “If a yes vote, I will not be finance minister on Monday night * I prefer to cut my […]

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2
Jul
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Feel like …

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sending ‘comments’ to Trash until Sunday

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1
Jul

Eurogroup rests till Greece’s Referendum is over

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Occasionally Silence is Golden. Therefore, the Eurogroup decided today to sit back and enjoy some tea until the nightmare is over: the Sunday’s Referendum. “No talks in the coming days….We will simply await now the outcome of the referendum on Sunday and take into account the outcome of that referendum,” […]

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Jul

IMF posts Nine Key FAQ on “Greece in arrears”

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Almost twenty hours after International Monetary Fund realized  Greece payment of €1.6 billion was missing, the IMF posted Nine Key Questions & Answers on the issue. The IMF reiterates it supports solution combining Greek reforms and European debt relief . The Fund stresses that “the IMF’s priority remains helping the […]

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