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Archive - Nov 2012

November 21st

The fight against money laundering has reached the Church

21 November 2012 / 18:11:33  
Greek judicial authorities are seeking a new list of account holders in foreign banks, who did not pay taxes in the country. They are investigating in parallel two bishops whose bank deposits do not correspond to their income.

Large firms in Greece resort to massive cuts

21 November 2012 / 14:11:45  
IKEA, Citibank-Greece, Forthnet and Costa Coffee are just some of the companies that are starting to make significant cuts or preparing to leave the country due to the deteriorating financial conditions of the local market.

November 20th

The personal data of nine million Greeks have been stolen

20 November 2012 / 21:11:46  
The information obtained illegally was extracted from the database of the Ministry of Finance. It contains the names of individuals as well as their tax number, personal address and number plate of their car, if they have one.

Immigrants will sue Greece for attacks by Golden Dawn

20 November 2012 / 21:11:33  
The network for racist attacks has so far received 187 complaints. In the majority of cases, victims are afraid to go to the police, who often send them away without registering their complaints.

Greece's priority should be to restore the banks

20 November 2012 / 19:11:10  
This is the opinion of the managing director for Central and South-eastern Europe at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Jean-Marc Peterschmitt, who believes that the banking system of the country has become a "civilian victim" of the financial crisis

Opposition to the measures has increased the support for SYRIZA

20 November 2012 / 14:11:08  
However, the percentage is much lower than the low tide of the parties that supported them. 73.9% of Greeks believe that the radical left is not ready to govern.

Greece has implemented the requirements for the tranche, the lenders are hesitant

19 November 2012 / 23:11:51  
The European Commission has not yet confirmed that the supervisory Troika’s report on the Greek economy will be ready to be presented at the meeting of finance ministers on Tuesday, 20 November.