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Archive - May 2012

Antonis Samaras: Economic growth will come from European Union funds

31 May 2012 / 22:05:16  
According to New Democracy's leader, unfreezing European Union funds will create 150,000 jobs in the private sector.

May 31st

Supreme Judicial Council has ordered the destruction of Badminton Theatre in Athens

31 May 2012 / 19:05:16  
After the Greek government had spent hundreds of millions for temporary structures, they did not find a new application after the Olympic Games held in Athens eight years ago. One of the few buildings that started a new life after 2004 was Badminton Theatre.

Greece remains without tourist buses for four days

31 May 2012 / 17:05:34  
A four-day strike of bus drivers will begin next Monday. This has become clear after the failed negotiations between branch workers and their employers for signing the collective labour agreement.

Posidonia 2012 at the airport instead of at the port of Piraeus

31 May 2012 / 15:05:07  
Shipowners known around the world for being exempt from paying taxes complained that the state does not pay enough attention to them

Greece may remain without electricity in June

31 May 2012 / 14:05:15  
Outstanding duties of the companies using natural gas amount to nearly 400 million euro. The government must decide how to provide some of them to avoid interruption of gas supplies as 25% of electricity production depends on them.

SYRIZA ideologists find themselves a tribune in the British press

30 May 2012 / 22:05:48  
The online edition of the British newspaper The Guardian held an interactive discussion between its readers and three of the most vocal supporters of the leftist government in Greece. Here are the comments.

Crisis is chasing young educated Greeks abroad

30 May 2012 / 21:05:31  
66.4% of those who want to leave are doing so for a better life, 44.7% - to find a better job and 32. 6% - in order for their merits to be fairly estimated.