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ND MP proposed to creditors “to reject Tsipras’ Reform List” & “impose capital controls”

Do Greece’s creditors follow and apply advises proposed by conservative New Democracy? It is highly interesting that ND parliamentary group leader and former Health Minister Adonis Gerogriadis had already “advised” creditors to not adopt Tsipras’ plan and instead economically drain the country and impose capital controls. Georgiadis’ proposal came after …

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Lagarde claims “Greek Referendum will be legally invalid”

IMF’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde finally found the needed strength to express her view on Greece’s Referendum. Speaking to BBC, Lagarde said that next Sunday (July 5th) referendum will not be valid as the creditors’ proposal and program end on June 30th. “I can’t speak for the IMF program, because …

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Dijsselbloem: “Everytime I meet Juncker, he embraces me and I get wet kisses”

“>In an interview with Dutch magazine Vrij Nederland, Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem speaks among other about his relation with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Dijsselbloem says that his relation to the former Eurogorup chief had really  improved after he apologized twice for describing him as “a smoker and drinker.” Jeroen …

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Varoufakis: “I’m finance minister in a bankrupt country”

“I’m the finance minister of a bankrupt country,” Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told German weekly DIE ZEIT and ZEIT ONLINE in an interview full of messages and good intentions, just days before his meeting with his German counterpart, Wolfgang Schaeuble on Thursday. He promised “a big reform program” and urged …

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John Perkins: How “economic hit men” bring countries to fall

This is a very interesting aspect based on the confessions of a so-called “economic hit man”.  John Perkins, author of the book “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” claims that it is international organizations like the IMF or the World Bank that under the pretext of ‘saving a country’ in …

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You know the economic crisis is over, when Greek FinMin…

The Greek economic crisis is over! Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras said so to daily The Globe and Mail. In order to convince the Canadian journalist about the bright side of the recovering Greek economy Stournaras came up with an unquestionable argument: He replaced the windows of the finance ministry in …

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