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Archive - Sep 2010

September 23rd

There are no fully stable insurance companies

23 September 2010 / 11:09:06  
Private insurance is a product of the capitalist system and it has only opponents in Greece, stated Dimitris Ruhalas - publisher of the specialised edition Insurance Life for GRReporter.

Drivers left the Parliament but continued the blockade

23 September 2010 / 09:09:57  
The drivers fulfilled their threat and blocked the Athens - Thessaloniki, Athens - Corinth highways and Vulyagmenis Boulevard with trucks when the Parliament voted the bill on the liberalization of their profession that is already adopted. Most of the drivers opposed the license devaluation after the three years transitional period that the government offered to fully liberalize the branch.

September 22nd

The business wants tax amnesty for all

22 September 2010 / 20:09:47  
All the companies without a limit on how high their turnover is due to enter the list of those subject to tax amnesty. According to the initial plan of the government the emergency measure, affects the companies and sole traders with an annual turnover of 20 million euros.

Drivers are staying in front of the Parliament

22 September 2010 / 18:09:52  
Today Members of Parliament are voting on the bill for the liberalization of the market of freights, the practice on issuing licenses is suspended, free competition is on its way

Pamela Anderson alone on the Athens “Arena”

22 September 2010 / 17:09:47  
The hosts of EuroVoice 2010, which will be held in Athens between 23rd and 24th September rely entirely on the powers of the tempting beauty and courageous life guard Pamela Anderson. A day before the beginning of the international song contest, at a press conference the Greek sponsors announced that the star Sakis Rouvas will not participate in the event

Karamanlis will be questioned in regards to the Vatopedi scandal

22 September 2010 / 17:09:36  
This was decided by the Parliamentary committee which investigates the affairs of the Mount Athos monastery

September 21st

Tax amnesty hastens its pace

21 September 2010 / 17:09:33  
“We ease the business of the past,” the Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou announced tax amnesty. Ministry of Finance in turn published its final proposal of the draft. Following are a series of meetings with representatives of business organizations in the country.