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"Papandreou Then and Now"

George Schira recounts his first trip to Greece as an aide to former US president Jimmy Carter, and contrasts events of that time with events of today

Greek Economy May Shrink More Than 4.5% in 2010

The Greek economy is expected to contract more than 4.5% of GDP in the second half of the year, according to provisional estimates by...

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...

The Associated Press about the Greek Priest, Supporter of PAOK

The Associated Press published an article about the Greek priest that "religiously follow his team". The 51-year-old Greek Orthodox priest, Mr. Mitsios, has become a...

Greek Islands Remain Hot Spot for VIP Residences

With or without the fiscal crisis and despite the criticism of the foreign media, especially [...]

Troika Final Meeting Concerning Greek Economy & Progress

Greek Finance Minister George Papakonstantinou will meet with Troika experts this afternoon before their final draft report on the country's economy and general progress. Based...

Troika Offers Greek Progress Report

The European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund- Troika's team of experts, presented Mr. Papakonstantinou a progress report after their week long...

Greek Metropolitan donates to Russian fire victims

Metropolitan Nicholas of the Greek Orthodox Church has transferred money to the Foundation of Fire Victims in Russia. The hierarch donated his personal money...

Crime Figures Decline in Attica in Recent Months

Police figures were made public yesterday regarding crime control  in Greece. Specifically they show a decline in robberies and burglaries which is attributed to a reinforcement...

The EC, ECB & IMF to Keep an Eye on State Companies, Hospitals & Funds

Troika’s auditors will keep a close eye on Greek state-run companies, hospitals, insurance funds and structures of the local power. Experts with the European...