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Archive - May 2010

May 29th

The agony for a president of Panathinaikos continues

29 May 2010 / 09:05:39  
The board of directors could not nominate an appropriate candidate for the presidential seat

Expensive gasoline closed down over 350 gas stations in Greece

29 May 2010 / 09:05:32  
The Association of Greek gas stations reported that in one year the price of petrol has increased by 60%, and in the last three months a 20% decline was observed in the sales of gasoline. The negative effect of the increases of the indirect tax on fuel and the increase of VAT deeply affected private gas stations

Insurers: The worst economic times are the best for us

29 May 2010 / 08:05:42  
A horizon with new bright possibilities for success and profits saw the long-term insurers in the field of pension, health and life insurances in Greece.

May 28th

Will the Mediterranean games be held in Athens in 2013?

28 May 2010 / 16:05:23  
The International Committee for Mediterranean games did not take the hosting away from Greece. The final decision about weather the country will host the games or not will be taken however only after a month.

The employees of the bankrupted company ASPIS without compensations and a job for eight months already

28 May 2010 / 15:05:11  
750 employees of the bankrupt insurance company ASOPIS protested in front of the offices of the Commission for control of the private insurers with the hope that it will take a decision and receive their compensations.

The police captured a gang of pickpockets who acted on the subway around the Victoria station

28 May 2010 / 13:05:00  
72 foreigners - 56 men and 16 women, from Romania and Bulgaria, aged between 18-50 years have stolen hundreds of purses and mobile phones from passengers on the subway.

Government is discussing merciless punishment for corrupted politicians

28 May 2010 / 12:05:45  
Linking property, fines and imprisonment will provide the government's decision to punish the politicians, who proved that they harm the state.