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Jan

Talks Between Greece and IIF on PSI Suspended

Posted by in Economy

The talks between Greece and the chief of Institute of International Finance Charles Dallara on the Greek Bond Swap (PSI) have been suspended and no solution was found. Despite some positive signs on the PSI progress during the day,  Charles Dallara said on Friday afternoon in a statement” We hope Greece will renegotiate [...]

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Jan

“Indignant” Greeks Return to Syntagma Sq on Jan 15/12

Posted by in Society

After months of silence “indignant Greeks” will return to Syntagma and occupy the Square opposite of the Greek Parliament. With the slogan “No, I Won’t Shut UP!” Greeks will take it back to the streets on Sunday, January 15th, 2012 at 6 pm. They will protest the economic and political stalemate in the [...]

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13
Jan

ToscaFund: Euro Exit Will Lead Greece to Zimbabwe-Style Inflation

Posted by in Economy

Should Greece exit the euro zone the impact would “be more than catastrophic with Zimbabwe-style inflation, social unrests, banks run and a military coup.” This horror-scenario was scripted by Savvas Savouris, chief economist of  Tosca Fund, and was distributed to the clients of the London-based hedge fund. Introducing a new currency in Greece instantaneously [...]

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13
Jan

What’s Up in Greece on Jan 13/12?

Posted by in Very Mix

Friday the 13th? Things can only get better! The sun is shining, the snow weather is taking a break. The PSI talks are making some progress -or not-, ex PM George Papandreou is leaving the leadership of PASOK but the question is when. And German FM Guido Westerwelle will make [...]

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Jan
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Protesters Hurl Eggs at PASOK MPs in Athens Bar (video)

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Twelve PASOK MPs met at a bar in downtown Athens to discuss the political situation ahead the possible change in the party leadership.  However a group of 15 young people …invaded the bar and the friendly chat turned into a noisy mess. The protesters hurled eggs, bottles, yogurt and even one or two stones [...]

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12
Jan

Austerity Kills Patients in Greek Hospitals

Posted by in Society

Austerity translated into “medical personnel shortage” started to formally kill patients in the Greek public hospitals where conditions resemble more and more those of a Third-World country and human lives are sacrificed on the altar of the economic crisis. The tragic incident occurred in the state hospital in Alexandroupolis. A neuro-surgeon was [...]

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12
Jan

Holiday season is over…

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…and KTG should have taken down all Christmas decoration, Christmas and New Year’s topics, Videos and Pictures on the Home site. However some issues with a sick parent at the hospital and another with probelsm at parents’ home have turned the first days of 2012 into a stressful hell. I do hope, I’ll [...]

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12
Jan

Greek Communist Party Prohibits Power Cuts in Households Due to Property Tax

Posted by in Economy, Society

Members of trade union PAME (Communist Party KKE) prohibited the electricity cut in ten households in Kalamata, Peloponnese, as the property owners had not paid the emergency property tax. Until now, 374 households and shops in the prefecture of Messinia are threatened with power cuts for the same reason. The [...]

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12
Jan

Athens: Pharmacists Cancel Protest and Hand Out Medicine Free of Charge Again

Posted by in Society

Finally a good news: Pharmacists in Athens, Piraeus and Achaia  cancel their protest and as of tomorrow Friday, insurers will be able to get prescription medicine free of charge. As of 1.1.12 pharmacists had stopped handing out prescription medicine because of the outstanding debts of the insurance funds to them. [...]

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12
Jan

Greece-Arms Deals: Does Merkel Trade “2nd Bailout” for “60 Eurofighter”?

Posted by in Economy

From time to time there are similar leakages in the European media. That Greece’s lenders, preferably the Germans and the French, put Athens under pressure for lucrative arms deals. There has been talk about German submarines, French frigates and American Apache helicopters. The latest story by German Weekly DIE ZEIT [...]

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