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Workers and society boil over additional austerity & more income cuts

Doctors working in public hospitals gathered in downtown Athens to protest the admittedly horrible situation in Greece’s hospitals. Holding banners and chanting slogan, doctors and other hospital personnel demanded raise in the public funding and hiring of doctors and nurses. Tension between protesters and riot police. Protesters have been carrying …

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“Frustration” should be a Greek word: Brain-Drain is easy among technology developers

Frustration in Greece is Problem No 1. You try and try and you hit wall. Again and again. Most of the time. Especially, when you have to deal with the state. In their free time and without any funding, a group of students developed an Application that provides useful information …

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Greeks get more and more frustrated and aggressive

In the sixth year of recession, Greeks are frustrated. Very frustrated, indeed. And angry. Very angry. They can’t stand anymore the permanent pressure by a state and its lenders that demand more and more and even more and give less and less instead. Greeks are galled about the constantly increasing …

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Eurogroup ministers frustrated by Greece? Try to see it the other way around…

Eurozone finance ministers are allegedly for one more time frustrated by Greece. The frustration comes apparently from a disagreement over a hole in the budget. A hole with a diameter of almost three billion euro. Greek government claim, it needs further spending cuts of just 500 million euro, while the …

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Greece: You know there is an economic crisis, when…

When your otherwise silent neighbors start quarreling…. When voices full of anger start coming through walls and stairways and a personal drama is taking place behind closed doors and windows… When a man yells “Think, I’m not looking for job?” and a woman shouts “Shhh, they can hear us!”  When the sounds of …

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