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Apr

First European Rating Agency on the Way

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Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and all the other kids, that is the American rating agencies are about to get a European rival. German corporate consulting firm Roland Berger developed a plan to challenge the dominance of American firms that have thrown quite some euro zone member countries into deep red by […]

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27
Apr

Next Greek Gov': Left Coalition with Nationalists under Communist PM?

Posted by in Politics

Do not get irritated or scared by the title of this post.  It is just a scenario circulating in Greece in the last 24 hours in Greece. A scenario that set the political parties on fire, after Alexis Tsipras, leader of left-wing SYRIZA,  declared that he would support a coalition with nationalist […]

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27
Apr
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Athens Taxi on Work Stoppage, Apr 28/12

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Members of Athens Taxi Motorists Union (SATA) will launch a work stoppage from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 28, 2012. The work stoppage will facilitate the unionist to participate at the general assembly meeting of the union.

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27
Apr

Merkel: “New Fiscal Compact Non-Negotiable”. Turbulent EU-Times With Merkel-Hollande

Posted by in Economy

I slowly start to believe that European folks will most likely experience turbulent times, should French presidential candidate Francois Hollande wins the elections. He already started to criticize the policies of outgoing Sarkozy and attack German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On her side, the ruler over the European fates does not miss […]

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27
Apr

Greek Geologist/Seismologist Committed Suicide

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When you google “Nikos Palyvos” the first website to pop up in your eyes is his wordpress-blog “npalyvos.wordpress.com“. First of all you will see the picture of a man is looking right into your eyes. On his blog, Palyvos  describes himself as “Researcher/Geologist” (Free lancer) – Lecturer at the Geology Department […]

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27
Apr
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Spain: 24.4 % Unemployment in Historic Levels

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Europeans in times of crisis. Of €uro Crisis. Of Debt Crisis. Of Survival Crisis. 1.7 million Spanish householda are without no income at all. Time to look right next to us and show solidarity. Then there are always real people with real destinies behind the figures. Show compassion, even if there […]

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27
Apr

Ex-PM Simitis: “Greece did not Cause the Euro Crisis” – Greek Recession at -18%?

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 “My country was the spark, but it merely exposed the inherent flaws within the eurozone. ” The Greek prime minister who took the country into the euro zone Costas Simitis published an article at the British The Guardian. He speaks about deficits and successful measures, but blames the the European Union for failing to […]

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27
Apr

Google Honors Greek Filmmaker Theodoros Angelopoulos

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Popular search engine Google has Greek ‘colour’ today. Google logo displays a man behind a camera. The letters are in blue with a Greek ‘e’-‘ε’ at the end. If one clicks on the logo image,  it reads : “77th Birthday of Theodoros Angelopoulos. It the modest but very powerful honor […]

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26
Apr

BOSCH Chief: Greece Will Pay Back Not A Single Cent

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“I’m still convinced that Greece will never pay back even a single cent,” Chairman Board of management of BOSCH, Franz Fehrenbach said at the eve of the annual press conference on Thursday in Stuttgart. “They need a debt cut of 100 percent,” he stressed and called for a complete waiver of the billions […]

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26
Apr

Judge to File Charges in Case of Greek Journalist Seriously Injured by Riot Police in July 2011

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 Do you remember the case of journalist Manolis Kypraios who got seriously injured by a riot police stun-grenade and lost his hearing on both ears during protests in summer 2011? Eleven months later, the case will be investigated by a judge who is expected to personalize the charges and identify the […]

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