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Cabinet reshuffle imminent following resignations

Cabinet reshuffle imminent following resignations

Christian J. Hadjipateras 28/02/2018 39
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras is expected to announce a cabinet reshuffle in the near future after having to deal with two resignations in as many days, acc...
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Economy Minister resigns over scandal that exposes hard-left SYRIZA’s hypocrisy

Economy Minister resigns over scandal that exposes hard-left SYRIZA’s hypocrisy

Christian J. Hadjipateras 27/02/2018 140
The Economy Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou has resigned hours after his wife, Alternate Minister for Social Solidarity Rania Antonopoulou, stepped do...
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Back to the Sea

Back to the Sea

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 26/02/2018 0
An interesting theme for a Greek audience – “Back to the Sea” – was broached over by an equally interesting panel at the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundat...
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EU urges Greece and FYROM to resolve naming dispute

EU urges Greece and FYROM to resolve naming dispute

Christian J. Hadjipateras 26/02/2018 0
European Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, has urged both Greece and FYROM to resolve the long-running naming dispute in order for the latter...
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Tsipras and Merkel to meet at EU summit in Brussels

Tsipras and Merkel to meet at EU summit in Brussels

Christian J. Hadjipateras 23/02/2018 0
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras is due to meet with German chancellor Angela Merkel later today (Friday) at an informal summit of EU leaders in Brussels. The ...
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OTE loses ground in both profits and revenue

OTE loses ground in both profits and revenue

Christian J. Hadjipateras 22/02/2018 0
OTE, Greece’s leading Telecom Company, has announced a drop in both revenue and profits from last year, according to the Kathimerini. It reported a 20...
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Rough waters

Rough waters

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 20/02/2018 0
The rough patch Greece has been through these last days in the Aegean (with the incident involving its coastguard due to a ramming of one of its boats...
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Greece fails to secure release of latest installment from Eurogoup

Greece fails to secure release of latest installment from Eurogoup

Christian J. Hadjipateras 20/02/2018 0
The latest meeting between Greek officials and Eurozone finance ministers ended in deadlock yesterday (Monday) regarding the latest release of bailout...
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FYROM makes renaming of airport and motorway official

FYROM makes renaming of airport and motorway official

Christian J. Hadjipateras 16/02/2018 1
As negotiations continue between Greece and FYROM, aided by the UN, over the ongoing naming dispute, FYROM has made the official decision to rename th...
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Greek banks performed better than expected in Q4

Greek banks performed better than expected in Q4

Christian J. Hadjipateras 15/02/2018 1
Several Greek banks recorded their best quarterly performance in some time, according to the Kathimerini. They are increasing their bad-loan portfolio...
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Turkish president escalates war of words over Aegean islets

Turkish president escalates war of words over Aegean islets

Christian J. Hadjipateras 13/02/2018 1
The Turkish president (dictator) Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again decided to engage in a war of words regarding Greece and Cyprus by warning intern...
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US Representatives request hearing on Parthenon Marbles

US Representatives request hearing on Parthenon Marbles

Christian J. Hadjipateras 09/02/2018 0
Several US representatives have requested that the Committee on Foreign Affairs hold a hearing on the long-running dispute over the Parthenon Marbles ...
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2018 Capital Link Greek Shipping Leadership Award to Panos & Athanasios C. Laskaridis

2018 Capital Link Greek Shipping Leadership Award to Panos & Athanasios C. Laskaridis

economia 08/02/2018 0
During the 9th Capital Link Greek Shipping Forum on Thursday, February 8, 2018 in Athens, Capital Link Greek Shipping Award was presented to Panos & A...
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Government scrambles to pay off debts to creditors

Government scrambles to pay off debts to creditors

Christian J. Hadjipateras 06/02/2018 0
The SYRIZA-led government is under increasing pressure to pay off debts to creditors, which is one of many conditions agreed during recent negotiation...
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The Macedonian issue haunts Greece - again

The Macedonian issue haunts Greece - again

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 05/02/2018 0
It is never an easy matter, to write down in a way accessible to non-Greeks something of the twists and turns of the Macedonian issue. Which has been ...
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