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Megalogenis proclaims election “strangest ever”

George Megalogenis (photo), senior columnist at The Australian, has described the recent Federal Election as "possibly the strangest election result you'll ever get in...

The Governments Pushes for Tax Incentives

The government planes tax incentives for large enterprises, but also special "packages" for small and medium-sized business, within the framework of the liquidity '...

Stricter Canadian Temporary Work Visas Requirements

There will be new tougher requirements to come under the Canada temporary worker scheme starting 1 April 2011. Canadian work visas are used by...

'Goal is to avoid bankruptcy'

Employment and Social Insurance Minister Andreas Loverdos on Sunday warned that he foresees an increase in unemployment after the end of ongoing tourist season,...

PM Papanderou's Conversations with Global Leaders Regarding Israeli Visit

Prime Minister George Papandreou held a series of conversations on Thursday with European Council President Herman van Rompuy, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and U.S....

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...

IMF Expert State Greece Could Exit Crisis by 2013

According to an International Monetary Fund economist, Greece could exit its financial crisis by 2013. Poul Thomsen told the newspaper "To Vima" that Greece should strengthen its...

Papandreou Appoints Italian Economist & Banker Padoa Schioppa as Advisor

Prime Minister George Papandreou announced yesterday the appointment of Italian banker and economist Tommaso Padoa Schioppa to advise the Greek government on economic issues. The announcement...