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Merkel says she is wary of Greece’s over dependence on China

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is wary of business over-dependence on China. She is especially concerned about the Chinese investments in Greece where Cosco has been winning the cream of the cream in public privatization tenders. In an interview with German weekly magazine WirtschaftsWoche, Merkel said Europe needed to be wary about …

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Extreme Weather: Stormy winds up to 8 Beaufort mainland and the islands (maps)

Heat wave goes, stormy winds coming from the North. Sharp temperature drop. A tiny breeze started to blow from South/South-West around 4 0′ clock in the afternoon, Sunday . It was not exactly “cooling” but it did have a small effect and gave hope that the suffocating  heat wave of …

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Heatwave with up to 38-39°C to strike Greece, forecast Jun 23-July 1/2017

Air temperature above 38 degrees Celsius, humidity and wind stillness will be the characteristics of the weather expected in the next days and week. The heatwave sweeping across Europe and USA will reach also Greece. According to Greek meteorologists, temperature will gradually rise as of today, Thursday, to reach 38-39 …

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The mysterious ‘Covfefe’ world of real Donald Trump

On the historical day, May 31 2017, At 12:06 a.m. ET, the President of the United States Donald Trump tweeted covfefe his 32 million Followers on Twitter: “Despite the constant negative press covfefe” Τhe tweet was posted at 12:06 a.m. ET. By 6 a.m. that tweet had been deleted. Too …

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Atomic scientists adjust Doomsday Clock due to Donald Trump

Atomic scientists say the world is inching closer to an apocalypse, partly due to the words and actions of US President Donald Trump. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a group of nuclear scientists who have been assessing global security for 70 years, said they were moving their symbolic Doomsday …

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7 Out Of 10 Greeks Abandoned the Dream Of Summer Vacations

What is a Greek family worth, if mom, dad and kids cannot swim in the sea? Already in the 1980’s Andreas Papandreou* launched the slogan of Greek summer identity: “Swimming for the Common People!” (Τα μπάνια του λαού). A socialist concept for summer where every Greek, especially low-income families, had the right to affordable summer …

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Greece New Fin Min Venizelos: Restore Tax Injustice

Greece newly appointed Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos gave the marks of his economic policy Friday afternoon and said that “fist priority is the sustainability of public Debt”. Speaking at the ceremony of handing over the Defense ministry to his successor, former Fin Min George Papaconstantinou, Venizelos said “I leave the …

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Barroso: Living Groovy on EU-Taxpayers money

They came to teach Greeks financial discipline and expenditure cuts. A Spartan way of life. However the ladies and gentlemen from the European Union Commission under the chairmanship of Portuguese J. M. Barroso live a live in luxury with expensive cocktail parties, private jets, luxurious away-days with spa and foam baths, …

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Hurray!!! Greeks will get an ‘Oljefondet’!

One may rightly ask “What is Oljefondet?” No, it”s not Oil Fondue! Oljefondet or Oil Fund is the Norwegian Petroleum Pension Fund, the largest pension fund in Europe and the fourth largest in the world with assets exceeding 400 billion euros. The Oljefondet is a fund into which the surplus …

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Greece: CHP stations licences under way

Investement! Investment! Investment! The following press release has been published by the UK Trade and Investement portal of the UK government. British companies, interested?  Greece – Approval Granted for Five New Production Licences for CHP Stations The “green light” has been given for the immediate materialisation of five private investments in …

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Scientists of National Observatory of Athens NOA seek public support (PETITION)

Τhe National Observatory of Athens is at risk to lose its independence and be excluded from the national and international network of research centers. Mid-November the conservative government of New Democracy decided to move the NOA to the Ministry of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection (MCCCP), in order to support its specific …

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Greek PM to ask for additional EU assistance

Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, said on Friday that he will ask for more resources to deal with migration. The Greek PM is in Granada, Spain, for the informal summit of European Union leaders. Talking to reporters before the summit, Mitsotakis said he was glad a preliminary agreement has been …

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