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Antonis D. Papagiannidis

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Of the usefulness of European elections

 

 

 

Everybody who is somebody in things European is fully and totally immersed in what the May 23-26 European elections will mean for the future of the EU - and for anybody’s own country, of course.

 

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GREEK BUSINESS FILE

 

What next for EU?

Publication date: April / 2019
 

 



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ΜΑΙΟΣ 2019

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                          EVENTS

The Greek Community of Melbourne welcomes the $5million funding from the Federal Goverment

                        

 

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SHIPPING

 

Sailing Back to the Future

 

Costas Apodiacos of Piraeus-based Blue Planet Shipping has taken the pioneering step, in partnership with leading Anglo-Greek rotor sail specialists Anemoi, to use the force of wind AS

as a renewable energy source on bulk carrier AFROS which 
was named ‘Ship of the Year’ at the Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping 
Awards 2018. In this interview C. Apodiacos explains that the use 

of a renewable energy source could be the best remedy for both reducing dangerous emissions and avoiding the possible climate-change consequences of burning fossil fuels like LNG

 

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On Europe

 

 At the Delphi Economic Forum Jeroen Dijsselbloem, former President of Eurogroup, contributed his thoughts on the future of European Banks, during a panel discussion organised by Economia Group. He insisted that Europe is over banked and therefore Banking Union and Capital Markets Union must be completed as soon as possible

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On Europe

 

 

EU-China: A balanced investments screening mechanism is needed

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
As Europe hardens its stance against China-the new “systemic rival”, Professor Zhiqin Shi strikes back defending the BRI strategy and particularly the Chinese investments in Southern Europe and of course Greece 
 
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SHIPPING

 

A Vademecum of maritime lobbying

 

In European terms 2019 is a critical year because it is a year of European elections and the year of Brexit. The renewal of the institutions will bring a new European Parliament, new Commissioners and a new President of the European Council. Hence, more scope for maritime lobbying by shipowners organizations.

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BUSINESS

 

The appetite for reform seems to be lost

 

In this exclusive interview with BF, Theodore Fessas, chairman of SEV, foresees slow growth for Greece in the coming years, as uncertainty related to the upcoming elections holds back investment plans, while risks associated with external demand, mainly due to the slowdown in world trade, are rising 

 

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