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Archive - Jun 2012

June 9th

The Greek Statistical Service: Recession is already out of control

09 June 2012 / 19:06:57  
During the first quarter GDP shrank by 6.5 percent and a decline of 33.4 percent was reported in investments.

Venus sets our flirting "mode"

09 June 2012 / 16:06:48  
There is hardly a person on earth who does not know how to flirt. We are born fully equipped for this activity - flirting. I hope it will not sound too offensive, but our ability to flirt is not the result of reason. It's an instinct we equally possess along with all other species. We do not differ in anything from a couple of swans, wolves or dogs. We just have a little more sophisticated and more "human" means unique to us.

Greek Members of European Parliament: the lack of consensus about the future of the country is incomprehensible for Europe

08 June 2012 / 22:06:21  
This tactics has made even some of the strongest supporters of the country withdraw their support, Vice-President of European Parliament Anni Podimata stated.

June 8th

live The Greek national football team opened the European Football Championship

08 June 2012 / 20:06:13  
The host prevailed from the outset and after a series of attacks, Greece scored the first goal in the 17th minute. In the 51st minute, Salpigidis made the result 1-1.

Shipping tycoons are not afraid of SYRIZA’s threat of taxing them

08 June 2012 / 16:06:27  
Instead of taxes, they are raising charity funds, which will help the education of personnel in the industry, but also families with small children in a difficult financial situation.

Rise in crime leads to taking matters into one’s own hands

08 June 2012 / 15:06:46  
Statistics show that a larceny and eleven burglaries and house breakings are carried out every hour in Greece. A murder is reported every two days.

Greece is on the verge of a catastrophe, bankers say

08 June 2012 / 13:06:59  
In the event of termination of the Memorandum for financial assistance, the European Central Bank will stop the funding to local banks, which now reaches 125 billion euro. There will be no funds for the agreed recapitalization to fill in the gaps after the debt haircut (PSI), amounting to 50 billion euro.