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Archive - Jan 2012

January 18th

Technological forecasts for 2012

18 January 2012 / 10:01:03  
Apple, Google, Samsung, Microsoft, HP, Blackberry - the players are known and we will be waiting for their actual moves.

January 17th

Head of Thessaloniki TV involved in a corruption scandal for millions

17 January 2012 / 19:01:57  
In a massive police operation, 47 people have been detained, including tax and bank employees, lawyers, journalists and a policeman. The system of four criminal groups engaged in money laundering, fraud, extortion and usury has been broken.

JP Morgan: Buy luxury properties borrowing from Greek banks. The drachma is coming

17 January 2012 / 18:01:42  
The bank sees the final default of Greece as a logical solution to today's debt crisis, which is only worsening rather than being solved. Investors will make a double profit from the low prices and the devaluation of the new currency, which will make loans cheaper.

Wounded policeman on Syntagma, his weapon stolen

17 January 2012 / 16:01:59  
Besides the incident with the police officer in civilian clothes the meeting was peaceful and had fairly low participation.

Police are searching for a particular thief for the robbery in the National Gallery

17 January 2012 / 16:01:17  
Authorities believe that the 58-year-old robber - "art lover" stole the paintings by Picasso, Mondrian and Moncalvo because of his extensive experience in similar thefts and similarities in the way of operation during the robberies.

Negotiations with private creditors may not resume tomorrow

17 January 2012 / 14:01:27  
Greek industrialists urge the government to act boldly and immediately, economists see two options for Athens - either to drastically reduce the purchasing power of the Greeks, or to obtain its own currency and to devalue it dramatically.

The Troika comes and protests in Athens revive

16 January 2012 / 23:01:00  
The supervisors expect the cost of salaries in the private sector to be cut to improve the competitiveness of production but the Greeks do not agree to new cuts.