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Archive - Mar 28, 2011

The new iPad 2 was sold out minutes after its appearance on the Greek market

28 March 2011 / 20:03:40  
The emergence of the latest Tablet PC, Apple iPad 2 made a furor on the world market. The buying mania of the last word of the technique did not omit Greece either. Thousands of customers formed huge queues before the shops, selling Apple products in the hope that they will be able to obtain the so eagerly awaited iPad 2. Few, however, succeeded to do it because of the limited number of devices delivered to Greece.

The government and social security system in Greece like a twister on a tightrope

28 March 2011 / 19:03:21  
The government is ready to offer borrowers lower payments over a longer period of time and discounts on repayment in cash, just to collect a dime in insurance funds.


28 March 2011 / 17:03:05  
On the occasion of the month of poetry dedicated to Odysseas Elytis, Zdravka Mihaylova talks about his work with his companion and muse, the poet Ioulita Iliopoulou.

Judges do not want to become civil servants

28 March 2011 / 17:03:16  
They prefer to have the privileges of deputies and government members as major executors of one of the three main authorities of the state - legislative, executive and judiciary.

The Greek government sends mixed signals on the privatization programme

28 March 2011 / 15:03:21  
While some government officials speak of 15 billion euros revenues from privatization by the end of 2012, others say it is not the time to sell state property. The only constant that remains for the government of George Papandreou is the end result of 50 billion euros in the state pocket by 2015.

Greek cabinet reshuffling will add experts in the fields of government revenues, privatization and e-governance

28 March 2011 / 14:03:44  
It is very likely to be announced in within few days. The new names are George Floridis, former Minister of Public Order, Elena Panariti with experience in the World Bank and Pantelis Tzortzakis, who comes from one of the largest telecommunication companies.