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Archive - Jul 2012

July 5th

Bulgaria is still more attractive for investments than Greece

05 July 2012 / 17:07:32  
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development data for 2011 show that among 177 countries in the world, Bulgaria is the 49th country as regards attractiveness for investment, whereas its southern neighbour is ten places behind it. However, as far as market activity and infrastructure are concerned, Greece is significantly ahead.

Greece’s recovery programme is ‘off-track’

05 July 2012 / 16:07:27  
The supervisory Troika warned Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras that the Eurogroup meeting on Monday would not be easy for him.

Bulgarian Foreign Minister to the Greeks: The transition has taught us that without financial discipline and stability and structural reforms there is no emergence from the crisis

05 July 2012 / 13:07:41  
The second joint meeting between Bulgaria and Greece will be held in Athens in October or November, announced President Rosen Plevneliev, who is on a two-day official visit to Athens and Thessaloniki.

Bankruptcy in cartoons - both then and now

04 July 2012 / 22:07:21  
Students at the Department of Media, Communication and Culture at Panteion University have found a way to connect the past with the present and to seek the comic side of the dramatic developments with which Greece is struggling today and struggled in the 19th century. They are the initiators and organizers of an exhibition, looking at the comic side of all major economic crises the country experienced through the eyes of cartoonists.

Golden Dawn collects blood only for Greeks

04 July 2012 / 21:07:50  
Members of the extreme right organization are openly threatening immigrants, the party is officially denying it.

July 4th

Activists and former "green" deputies are SYRIZA’s shadow ministers

04 July 2012 / 19:07:08  
Antonis Samaras is still undergoinh treatment and postponing meetings but on Thursday, he will not avoid meeting with the Troika and the three-day debate to give a vote of confidence in government.

Bulgaria and Greece must revive their energy projects

04 July 2012 / 16:07:27  
The Bulgaria-Greece pipeline is crucial for the economic development of both countries and it will improve their energy security, Antonis Livanios, Executive Director of the Energy Stream CMG GmbH, Greece & Germany, told GRReporter.