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Railways Plan 7 Day Strike

Rail services will come to a standstill for roughly seven days in Greece.  This is a result of the four 24-hour rolling strikes called by...

Papandreou Claims No New Salary Cuts or Taxes

Prime Minister George Papandreou on Wednesday assured that there will be no further burden placed on salary and pension earners or an increase in tax...

An Investment Bill Without Funds

The single amount of 500 million euros will be available in 2011 for direct grants towards the new investment development act, that is reformed...

National Council for Research & Technology Holds First Meeting

Distinguished scientists are currently in Greece, at the disposal of the Ministry of[...]

Troika Officials Resume Discussions in Athens

Troika junior officials arrive in Athens on Monday to record the execution course of the Memorandum in the third quarter in 2010. Talks with...

George Papaconstantinou Remains Finance Minister in Government Reshuffle

George Papandreou retained Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou in the cabinet reshuffle announced early today but changed other key officials involved in the effort to...

PM Papandreou Announces New Cabinet

A sweeping reshuffle of the government was announced after midnight on Monday.  This occured less than a year after the elections that brought  ruling socialist...

Papandreou Intervenes at Minister Council Meeting

PM Papandreou put an end to reshuffle talks with an intervention during the Ministers Council's informal meeting on Tuesday. Reports say that Papandreou said...

23rd Conference of Overseas Cypriots Held in Nicosia

Cypriots living abroad returned home for a five day conference that opens on Tuesday August 24th at The Hilton in Nicosia. The 23rd annual...

FinMin: 2011 ‘year of hard work’

Next year will be a year of 'hard work' for the government, finance minister George Papaconstantinou said in an interview, referring to the big...

Greece Appoints Advisors to Privatize State Controlled Institutions

An inter-ministerial privatization commission meeting on Friday agreed to appoint two to three advisors to examine the Greek state’s future moves in the country’s...

T.Mantelis: “I’ll Fight to Prove My Innocence”

Tasos Mantelis, the former minister who admitted that he had accepted money from Siemens while he was a member of the PASOK government, appeared...

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