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Archive - Jun 16, 2010

Heat Wave of Summer Strikes Flooded Athens Once Again

16 June 2010 / 16:06:41  
Тhe two largest unions in the country, this of state workers (ADEDY) and the one of private employees (GSEE) organized a general meeting on the Klatmonos Square in the capital at seven in the evening. The goal is to unite the employed in the public and private sector in a protest against the introduction of the new social security law.

The Munich 1860 Coach Will Lead the Red-whites up the Ladder to Success

16 June 2010 / 14:06:55  
The German coach and Sokratis Kokalis agreed to a two-year contract and an annual pay of € 550,000 after a meeting at the offices of the team in Athens.

Moody's Lowered the Credit Rating of Six Major Greek Banks Again

16 June 2010 / 13:06:11  
The National Bank of Greece, Eurobank Ergasias, General Bank, Emporiki Bank, Alpha Bank and the Agricultural Bank of Greece register a drop in the credit rating according to the report of the international credit rating agency. The leading analyst of Moody's Sarah Carlson shed light on lowering the rating of Greece to the Ba1 category at the beginning of the week.

Chinese Investments Will Refresh the Greek Market

16 June 2010 / 12:06:54  
The visit of the Chinese Vise President Mr. Dedziang in Greece ended with 14 agreements on economic and commercial issues signed.

Pyrrhic Wedding During a Crisis Aboard a Historic Ship

16 June 2010 / 11:06:09  
Wordless is the political and military elite of Greece after the publication of the pictures of the wedding party on board of the legendary ship "Averof".

The Government Began to Pay the Seven Billion Obligations of Hospitals to Suppliers

16 June 2010 / 09:06:59  
The companies accepted the final terms of the government after two weeks of negotiations and the first installment of the obligations will amount to 245 million Euros. It must pay the debts left over from 2005 and 2006.

Тwo of the Clinics for Treatment of Drug Addicts will be Moved from the Center of Athens

16 June 2010 / 08:06:19  
The problem with crime at the center of the Greek capital grows more and more each year and it is based on the drug trade and illegal prostitution. Citizens and organizations agree that the areas around the centers for treatment of drug addicts are the most saturated with crime and are the most dangerous places for the residents and visitors of Athens.