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Russian grain embargo is expected to increase the bread price in Greece
17 August 2010 / 09:08:43
Temporary ban on exports of cereals and flour, which Russia imposed until the end of the year, is expected to raise the price of flour on the Greek market.
€ 1.17 billion of swollen interest...
Greece Back on World Markets at...
The bare truth about the Greek...
Greece Will Not Return to the...
Unknown American Investment Fund...
Pensioners expected to slow recession recovery down
The Eurozone’s aging population is expected to cause severe problems and hinder the overall recovery from the economic crisis.
GRReporter | 11:07 | 19 07 09 |
Stock exchanges and petrol are falling but taxes in greece are increasing
Small growth of the Athenian stock exchange during the descending stock week throughout the world. The unemployment level in the US lowered the...
GRReporter | 10:07 | 05 07 09 |
Tourism decrease in Europe
The Greek government exchanged economic growth for budget deficit.
GRReporter | 15:06 | 29 06 09 |
New fuel and mobile phone taxes
The Greek government decided to increase the fuel and mobile phone taxes, in order to fill the empty state treasury and to lower the deficit.
GRReporter | 12:06 | 25 06 09 |
Bad week for the Athens Stock Exchange
Job-cuts expected at the National Railways in Greece, IMF raises expectations for world economy growth to 2.4 per cent.
GRReporter | 13:06 | 21 06 09 |
Stipulating a fall of oil prices, Greece introduces a new oil tax
The Greek government announced new taxes, which will take effect from July 1st. Following the example of Ireland, Greece will cut bonuses and salary...
GRReporter | 13:06 | 14 06 09 |
Greece in immediate danger of bankruptcy
Only 10 Greek companies have found their way into the Financial Times 500 largest European corporations
GRReporter | 14:06 | 08 06 09 |
Economic Instability for Greece, the Economist Intelligence Unit predicts
As the Economist’s 13th Government Roundtable with the Greek government took place in Athens this past week, we review the Economist Intelligence...
GRReporter | 18:05 | 31 05 09 |
Тhe good news is - there's no bad news
The Dow Jones did marginally better than last week, closing at 8277.3 points, a 0.1% rise. In London, the FTSE 100 closed the week at 4357.3, which...
GRReporter | 15:05 | 25 05 09 |
The tax office starts investigating the owners of luxurious cars
Since the beginning of the year Greece has recorded a shocking number of checks with no coverage, reaching the amount of approximately 1bil euro. Fiscal agents will start street check-ups of the drivers of luxurious cars. ...
GRReporter | 16:05 | 17 05 09 |
Fitch lowered Greece's credit rating
The international agency put a "negative" lable on its prognosis for the development of the Greek economy but it kept its long-term prognosis to...
GRReporter | 12:05 | 13 05 09 |
IMF representatives will check the Greek economy from Wednesday
Recovering stock exchanges is not a symptom of recovering the real economy... at least not in Greece.
GRReporter | 14:05 | 10 05 09 |
The acting rector is about to face disciplinary proceedings
Tax officials ... forgot to declare villas, luxury cars and bank transfers
Greek physicians have joined an international information network
Greece is strengthening the control over smoking before the holidays
I prefer to call the employees colleagues
SYRIZA is emerging as the first political force
Stormy winds are bringing snow to Greece
Opera tradition in Bulgaria is deeper than in Greece
Me myself, George, Merkel and Sarkozy
Callas’ death is still a mystery
Paul Walker’s daughter has Greek blood
Bulgaria, Greece and Italy are the richest countries in terms of historical heritage in Europe
Another victim of bad weather in Greece
In December, we can expect reconsideration of values
A serious car crash during a rally in Athens
Lake Tsivlos is reflected in the mountains of Achaia
Greeks are buying computers; they are giving up villas and central heating
Cohabitation agreements for homosexual couples in Greece
Pears as an appetizer, main course and dessert
Controversy about the privatisation of Astir Vouliagmeni
How could the problem of refugees in Bulgaria and Greece be solved?:
- Both countries have signed the UN Convention on Refugees and are obliged to help them
- Bulgaria, like Greece, should build a wall along its border with Turkey
- Bulgaria is the poorest country in the EU , Greece is in crisis, so, other countries should receive them
- We have to share the little we have with those in need
- Europe’s immigration policy needs to be changed and the burden of receiving refugees should be distributed fairly
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