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Archive - Nov 2012

November 16th

Cyprus is seeking four billion euro funding

16 November 2012 / 15:11:55  
The country hopes to find resources without having to implement an austerity programme similar to the Greek one and it is seeking funding outside the European Union and from private investors as well.

Aristotle University’s rector was accused of initiating strikes

15 November 2012 / 23:11:43  
According to the chairman of the workers' centre in Thessaloniki, he wanted to blackmail the Ministry of Education for additional funding.

Golden Dawn outlawed is the preference of the readers of GRReporter

15 November 2012 / 22:11:03  
The stylization of the swastika, the slogan "Foreigners out!" and the constant attacks on immigrants in Greece have proven the xenophobic profile of Golden Dawn. Declaring them an illegal organization that threatens democracy is the preference of the majority of the voters in the poll.

November 15th

Whether we will become racist or not depends on the family, school and society

15 November 2012 / 21:11:27  
The debate on whether the Greeks are racists was won by the supporters of the view that racism is deeply rooted in Greek society.

Fear of failure destroys the spirit of enterprise

15 November 2012 / 18:11:52  
Eight out of ten want to start their own business but are afraid of the economic conditions. Education does not meet the real needs of business and as a result, the unemployment rate for graduates is increasing.

November 14th

Europe is not ready for OSI

14 November 2012 / 19:11:41  
Тhе debates about the unsustainability of the Greek debt have delayed the payment of the financial aid. The head of the Institute of International Finance, Charles Dallara, insists on lower interest rates on relief loans instead of another debt restructuring.

Weak protest in Athens against the cuts in Europe

14 November 2012 / 18:11:35  
The participants, most of whom were public sector employees, accused the unions of not announcing a 24-hour strike.