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Sep

What’s Up in Greece on Sept 15?

Posted by in Very Mix

Shock and anger are up in Greece due to the property levy that turned more expensive for property owners than originally announced just a few days ago. This is a huge issue in Greece today and I think I will have to write a separate post about. The levy-brick that […]

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14
Sep

Outrageous! All Greeks to Pay Property Levy Except The Church & the State

Posted by in Economy

This is really outrageous, it shows that the Greek government is not ashamed to promote discrimination, is not only callous and anti-social but also that the Finance Minister and the government spokesman lied to the people. Evangelos Venizelos announced last Sunday that the levy scale will be up to €10/sqm – tonight it is up to […]

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14
Sep

Merkel, Sarkozy: Greece is Integral Part of Euro Zone – Full statement after Conference

Posted by in Economy

“Greece is integral part of the Euro zone” German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy told Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou according to a statement issued by the Greek government after the important conference call between Athens, Berlin and Paris that lasted 25 minutes. The main results of the […]

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14
Sep

Northern Greece: Czech Bus Collided With Car – Two Dead

Posted by in Tourism

Two dead and nine injured injured is the tragic account of a road accident that occurred late Wednesday afternoon when a tourist bus collided with a private car in Egnatia Highway and overturned outside the city of Grevena. Police and fire brigades rushed to the point and freed the trapped […]

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14
Sep

150 MEPs Ask Oettinger’s Resignation Over “Flags At Half Mast” – He Denies Comment …due to Language Problems? (video)

Posted by in Economy

A cross-political party group of 150 members of the EU parliament asked EU Energy Commissioner Minister Günther Oettinger either to apologize or to resign over his proposal to German BILD news paper that “debt sinners should fly their flags at half mast in front of the EU buildings.”. The MEPs […]

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14
Sep

Greece’s “Reformers” Without ….Reforms

Posted by in Editor

Everyone who follows the Greek governmental efforts to comply with the Troika dictates like opening professions and cutting state spending has been knowing this for long: Reforms are been voted, but reforms are not been implemented. The government is afraid to break with the guilds and powerful unions that fed for […]

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14
Sep

EU Under TinFoilHat-Protection: No Greek Default, No Euro Exit

Posted by in Economy

Europeans send reassuring messages just hours before the critical teleconference between Papandreou, Merkel and Sarkozy and hours after  Kassandra’s bombshells heralding Greek default and pushing for exit from the euro zone.   EU economic and monetary affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn said on Wednesday morning: “A Greek default or euro exit would carry […]

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14
Sep

What’s Up in Greece on Sept 14?

Posted by in Economy, Very Mix

Agony is up in Greece ahead the critical teleconference between Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy at 7 p.m. local time. Government meetings and phone conversation are running high as the Greek team prepares to table a measures menu and the promise […]

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13
Sep

Taxi Unionist Calls his Colleagues Not to Pay Back Bank Loans

Posted by in Society

Some 5,000 taxi owners from all over the country flocked outside the Greek Parliament to protest the draft bill that opens their profession.  As many took their cars to reach downtown Athens the roads around Syntagma square were blocked for many hours. In fact, that was also their target: to […]

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13
Sep

Greek PM Fevers Ahead Talks with Merkel-Sarkozy on Sept 14

Posted by in Economy

Feverish meetings were held in the office of Greece’s prime ministers’ office on Tuesday ahead the teleconference of George Papandreou and German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Wednesday, Sept 14th 2011. The meeting with top economists of the country were made under the specter of an […]

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