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3/18/2015: Front Page: Prosecutor sees inconsistencies

The prosecutor arguing the case against ex-Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou, accused of removing the names of three relatives from a list of suspected tax dodgers when he was in office, told a special court convened to try the former Socialist… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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EWG sees stumbling blocks in experts’ talks

The Euro Working Group held an extraordinary teleconference on Greece on Tuesday, concluding that the creditors’ technical experts are experiencing cooperation problems with their Greek counterparts, and called on the latter to increase their efforts. Full News here – Latest News

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Tsipras sees loan deal this week

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday said an EU summit this week would address his country’s cash shortage despite what he described as attempts by some European nations to scupper a deal. Full News here – Latest News

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3/11/2015: Front Page: Draft law sees 40,000 permanent hirings

Draft legislation put forward yesterday by Alternate Minister for Administrative Reform Giorgos Katrougalos foresees some 40,000 workers who were employed at local authorities and state bodies which operate under public law (NPDDs) on open-ended… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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Greek FinMin sees problems in repaying IMF and ECB

Greece admitted on Wednesday it will struggle to make debt repayments to the IMF and the European Central Bank this year as Germany’s finance minister voiced open doubts about Athens’s trustworthiness. Full News here – Latest News

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EU investment bank sees no new projects in Greece

The EUs investment bank said Monday it sees no need for new projects in Greece, focusing its efforts elsewhere to get the European economy back on track. Full News here – Latest News

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Lazard sees 100-billion-euro Greek debt cut as ‘reasonable’

Canceling 100 billion euros ($ 113 billion) of Greece’s debt would enable the country to cut the load in line with targets set by the international authorities that bailed out the nation, the country’s debt adviser, Lazard Ltd’s Matthieu Pigasse, said in a radio interview Tuesday. Full News here – Latest News

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Anthoula, the university cleaner Varoufakis sees as a shining example

The students have been ribbing her all the time lately: “Anthoula, your name will open all kinds of doors!” “Who’d’ve thought it?” she laughed. “I’m a celebrity. At my age!” Full News here – Latest News

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1/31/2015: Front Page: HFSF portfolio sees its value diminish

Greek bank stocks’main stakeholder, the state’s Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, has lost more than 15 billion euros during the recent lashing suffered by the lenders’ blue chips on the Athens bourse. According to yesterday’s stock market closing… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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1/19/2015: Front Page: Tsipras sees debt conference idea gathering support

SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras has seized on comments by Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan as evidence that not just “progressive economists and the European Left” are coming round to his party’s argument that the European Union needs to hold a… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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Tsipras sees debt conference idea gathering support

SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras has seized on comments by Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan as evidence that not just “progressive economists and the European Left” are coming round to his party’s argument that the European Union needs to hold a meeting … … Full News here – Latest News

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1/15/2015: Front Page: UN mediator sees little progress on Cyprus talks

United Nations Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide yesterday appeared downbeat on the chances of reunification talks on the island resuming even though President Nicos Anastasiades indicated that he would be willing to include all “remaining… Full News here – Kathimerini English

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Uncertainty sees dozens of projects freeze

Investments and projects worth over 10 billion euros have ground to a halt in anticipation of the election result. The development of the Elliniko plot, the privatization of the port authorities of Piraeus and Thessaloniki, the Public Power Corporation an… … Full News here – Latest News

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Uncertainty sees fuel demand revert to crisis level

Fuel retailers are reporting that rising demand has come to a sudden halt this month, despite the drop in prices. The development is indicative of the negative impact that the climate of uncertainty has had on the market. Expectations that demand might st… … Full News here – Latest News

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Deputy prosecutor sees no case in bribery allegations

The deputy prosecutor responsible for investigating allegations by Independent Greeks MP Pavlos Haikalis that he was offered a bribe in order to back the government’s presidential candidate has concluded that there is no basis for criminal prosecution. In… … Full News here – Latest News

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