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Archive - Sep 2011

September 10th

Plan for replacement of the bonds is in a critical phase

10 September 2011 / 20:09:01  
The procedure for replacing the Greek bonds (PSI) enters the most critical phase with the submission of binding bids, after the expiration of yesterday's deadline for expressing interest by the institutional investors.

Logicomix now available on your iPad

10 September 2011 / 16:09:44  
The international triumph of the Greek "Logicomix" continues

By the end of September we criticize and contradict the public standards

10 September 2011 / 15:09:05  
Materialism, finance and possessions retreat and give priority to a three months period, during which we have the feeling that nothing and no one is in place

September 9th

The chaos of the city train's schedule caused the resignation of its manager

09 September 2011 / 20:09:14  
The executive director of the company managing the underground, tram and electric train lines was fired after the chaos resulting from employees refusal to be transferred to other public departments. The government turns a deaf year to the privatization of the state lottery.

Bulgaria is expecting economic growth, but not at the high rates desired

09 September 2011 / 19:09:54  
This is the opinion of the Bulgarian Development Bank CEO Assen Yagodin, who commented exclusive for GRReporter the economic instability in Europe, the nervousness on the stock market and the prospects in Bulgaria.

Black Sea Trade and Development Bank lent € 31 million to the Bulgarian Development Bank to support SMEs

09 September 2011 / 18:09:17  
The Greek Minister of Development, Competitiveness and Shipping Michalis Chrysohoidis attended the event. He wished neighbouring Greece soon to open a development bank to enjoy as beneficial cooperation with the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank as the Bulgarian bank.

The state railways, Olympic Airlines and the public transport in Athens are the biggest tax debtors in Greece

09 September 2011 / 16:09:51  
The Greek Ministry of Finance announced the names of 6,000 public and private companies owing the state more than €30 million. By the end of the month, the Ministry will announce the names of individual persons owing amounts larger than €150,000.