The money saved goes mostly for the payment of bank loans, utilities and debts to the government as shown by the research conducted by the agency MARC and commissioned by the Chamber of small producers and traders.
The investment bank expects the European Central Bank to start printing money in order to stimulate the growth and to reduce the interest rates. The markets for government bonds are no longer attractive for the investors and they focus on shares of large manufacturing corporations.
The decision of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, with which Greece was condemned for its veto against Macedonia's NATO membership, obviously caused a new dynamic in the way Athens sees the argument with its western neighbour.
For days the independent MP Panos Kamenos has been publishing on his personal page on Facebook documents, which according to him expose the former Greek Prime Minister and his brother Andrikos Papandreou.