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Archive - Jan 2012

January 19th

The lack of a new ideology will turn the economic crisis into a catastrophe

19 January 2012 / 17:01:26  
The journalist Stavros Lygeros and his followers gave their insight on the development and pathogens of Greek society and economy that have led to today's crisis during the presentation of the book "From plunder to bankruptcy".

"White collars" mafia – the usury network in Thessaloniki has been broken

19 January 2012 / 15:01:08  
Police in Thessaloniki have seized 53 people within a massive campaign. Some of them are particularly popular in the city and across northern Greece and prior to their capture, no one would have ever thought that they were dealing with usury.

Europol investigate a Bulgarian for involvement in match fixing in Greece

18 January 2012 / 22:01:17  
The Greek journalist Kyriakos Thomaidis revealed that Kostadin Hadzhiivanov has agreed on the phone with the "brain" of the match-fixing network in the German Cup Ante Sapina for the payment of a bribe in the account of a Cypriot football player.

January 18th

Cancer is a disease that does not kill

18 January 2012 / 21:01:42  
Apathy, indifference and lack of knowledge are the three weapons with which we ourselves arm cancer and help it kill us, believes the oncologist Nimer Sahin. Doctors' advice is to live a healthy life and to ask them for help in the case of any assertive and unexplained change in our body.

Business awards in times of recession

18 January 2012 / 19:01:47  
The union of manufacturers in Northern Greece will award for the first time the most successful companies in the region with the 'Greek Values’ award, giving emphasis to the quality of the local industry, which withstood the pressure of the economic crisis.

Charles Dallara is back in Athens to complete the PSI. Greek businessmen are not certain about the outcome

18 January 2012 / 16:01:06  
A forum on Investment, Development and Unemployment brought together Greek economists, traders and industrialists to make a common platform of proposals for reforms that will lead to economic recovery. Government representatives were not present.

Increasing talks in Austria about Greece’s default

18 January 2012 / 14:01:05  
Austrian banks and financial institutions have invested in Greek government bonds and are exposed to Italy; the economic situation in neighbouring Hungary is severe, states Elitsa Karaeneva, editor of A4 - the magazine of the Bulgarians in Austria, in an interview with GRReporter.