The businessman Isidoros Kouvelos is the man who has exported one million abroad and not to hide them from the unstable Greek banks, but for an ordinary business activity. Prosecutors and parliamentary chiefs are threatening with new "revelations."
A radio advertising and a public dispute are causing fear from generic drugs among the Greeks. According to Deputy Minister of Health, doctors are responding because many of them profit from their contracts with pharmaceutical companies.
PASOK and New Democracy, which ruled the Greek political horizon for more than 35 years now are seriously threatened by new political formations. Their fragmentation continues and the rhetoric is against the memorandum for financial assistance and austerity measures.
Following the announcement for the selective default, the European Central Bank has suspended the acceptance of Greek securities as collateral, i.e. as a guarantee of liquidity provision, reports Dow Jones.