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Historic Newspaper 'TA NEA' Returns to Kiosks on Tuesday Following Court Ruling

Historic “TA NEA” newspaper will be published again on Tuesday after a First Instance court suspended a previous temporary court injunction which froze all assets of the troubled DOL media group.
After receiving a green light from the banks, the president of the First Instance court, Vasiliki Basta, unblocked one of DOL’s bank accounts held in Alpha Bank where the group’s daily revenues from sales are deposited.
This move by the courts will allow the media group to continue its operation and employees will gradually receive six-months of unpaid wages.
Source: ANA-MPA


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