Economia Blog

Now that Britain is gone...

Now that Britain is gone...

Kyra Adam 31/03/2017 0
Brexit has already begun. The process of leaving the EU will go on for two years at least. The implications for the 27 states of the EU, as well for U...
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The Declaration 60 years after the Treaty of Rome

The Declaration 60 years after the Treaty of Rome

Kyra Adam 27/03/2017 0
With a great number of European leaders having the same age with the original Treaty of Rome, (60 years), the 27 heads of European governments and sta...
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Greece as the dog that did not bark

Greece as the dog that did not bark

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 27/03/2017 0
Greece tried a not-so original move in the run-up to the Rome Summit for the 60th anniversary of the EU, along with the (expected for the third or fou...
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What is the difference of 3rd from nth?

What is the difference of 3rd from nth?

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 20/03/2017 0
Today's Eurogroup may well be the 3rd or 4th in a row that has been considered, rumored or whatever from the Greek Government's side to be just short ...
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Greece confronted with a two-speed or a variable-geometry Europe

Greece confronted with a two-speed or a variable-geometry Europe

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 13/03/2017 0
Europe slides towards the March 25 Summit at Rome, where the festivities for the 60th anniversary of the European Union will meet, the inevitability o...
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The Delphi Economic Forum: a brief overview

The Delphi Economic Forum: a brief overview

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 06/03/2017 0
For the second year in a row, the quaint Delphi Cultural Centre hosted the newly-born Delphi Economic Forum bringing together personalities from the p...
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A cloud of ambivalent visits

A cloud of ambivalent visits

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 28/02/2017 0
Much political capital has been spent quarreling over the Eurogroup February 20 and other meetings (especially the one of Angela Merkel with Christine...
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Of Grexit, Graccident and dead slow ahead

Of Grexit, Graccident and dead slow ahead

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 20/02/2017 0
For some weeks now the somehow forgotten Grexit had been creeping up - both in political discourse (with Wolfgang Schaeuble openly predicating it as  ...
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Legal and business challenges in todays' Greece

Legal and business challenges in todays' Greece

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 13/02/2017 0
A day-long seminar was organised, last week, by the Greek Law Digest/Nomiki Bibliothiki - with the assistance of Economia Group - to discuss and deal ...
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A double-jeopardy (or a double-οpportunity) week for Greece

A double-jeopardy (or a double-οpportunity) week for Greece

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 07/02/2017 0
A double-jeopardy (or could it be a double-opportunity) week opens for Greece and its negotiations with creditors. In Washington, on Monday, the IMF's...
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A very difficult situation

A very difficult situation

Kyra Adam 30/01/2017 0
The European creditors and the IMF presented a common proposal-ultimatum to the Greek Government in order to close by the end of February the present ...
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Through the looking-glass of the ECONOMIST

Through the looking-glass of the ECONOMIST

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 30/01/2017 0
It is becoming something of a tradition: the presentation of the Greek version of the Economist's "The World in....." gives the floor to personaliti...
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«Doing my duty»

«Doing my duty»

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 25/01/2017 0
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Life in the age of Schaeuble

Life in the age of Schaeuble

Antonis D. Papagiannidis 23/01/2017 0
The towering presence of "Dark Knight" Wolfgang Schaeuble , whose steady hand on the helm of the German Finanzministerium but also within the Eurogrou...
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Gloomy perspectives and wishful thinking

Gloomy perspectives and wishful thinking

Kyra Adam 16/01/2017 0
The IMF and the European creditors are pushing very hard the Greek government to accept all the extra measures required in order to conclude the secon...
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