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Archive - Jan 2011

January 17th

Pharmacies in Greece close for three days

17 January 2011 / 19:01:22  
Pharmacists in Greece will be on 24-hour strikes from Wednesday to Friday to oppose the bill on health which will be presented to the Parliament on Wednesday. Pharmacies in the region of Piraeus are closed today and tomorrow. The main demands of pharmacists from the Ministry of Health concern the requirement for opening a pharmacy according to the number of population and the opening hours.

Error in law brought 60 million euros in state treasury

17 January 2011 / 13:01:25  
Error in the base for calculating the excise duty on bulk tobacco brought additional revenues in the treasury. Tobacco growers and traders are not satisfied with this finding.

January 16th

Hillary Clinton arrives in Athens in February

16 January 2011 / 17:01:57  
The economic crisis, the relations with Turkey and solving the Cyprus issue and the controversy about Macedonia's name as well as the terrorism control are the issues which will be discussed in the Greek capital

The art of analyzing a financial crisis

16 January 2011 / 16:01:16  
About the CDS, SIFIs and other impressions from a discussion about the future of the European financial system between the EU commissioner responsible for the internal market, Michel Barnier, the Minister of Finance of Greece Georgios Papakonstantinou, the Executive Director of Eurobank EFG Nikos Nanopoulos and the socialist MEP Anni Podimata

By the end of January – chaos for some people, while others are on top of the wave

16 January 2011 / 14:01:19  
The Astrological "climate" affects people in different ways. Note the planets in your personal horoscope.

Equality and tear gas for all

16 January 2011 / 11:01:25  
Equality and tear gas for all ruled the special forces for riots control on Saturday when two parallel protests took place in Athens. One of them against racism and the other one against illegal immigration.

January 15th

Economist: Time has come for restructuring of the debt

15 January 2011 / 17:01:40  
The edition came out with an article "Time has come for Plan B". Analysts are positive that the rescue package of 110 billion euros didn't have the desired effect and it only won some time for the european leaders. The rehabilitation of Greece will not get away without debt restructuring.