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Editorial To Vima: Saviours of their own offices
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Editorial To Vima: Saviours of their own offices

Upstart MPs without political grounding, ideology or a political viewpoint are ready to do somersaults and switch camp as long as they can even briefly prolong their term in office and harbour the delusion that they save themselves politically.

Bloomberg: The sooner Greek election is held the better for the economy
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Bloomberg: The sooner Greek election is held the better for the economy

The report underlines that the sooner the Greek general election is held the better for the immediate prospects of the economy, as it will boost fragile investor confidence.

Editorial Ta Nea: Countdown
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Editorial Ta Nea: Countdown

Greece will continue to be ruled by a government that sacrifices the political stability that the country sorely needs in order to stay in power at all costs.

Editorial To Vima: Political trading
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Editorial To Vima: Political trading

At the moment politics is being channeled towards gamblers’ practices and the system of government is slipping into an anomalous situation, comparable to the one that prevailed in the mid-1960s.

Editorial Ta Nea: Opportunism
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Editorial Ta Nea: Opportunism

Political uncertainty predominates, resulting in the entrapment of and threat to the economy, as Mr. Tsipras would concede.

Merkel, Mitsotakis agree to disagree on Prespa Accord ratification
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Merkel, Mitsotakis agree to disagree on Prespa Accord ratification

The talks also touched on tax cuts that ND has proposed, attracting investment, and continuing on the path of structural reforms.

Editorial To Vima: Merkel, Tsipras and us
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Editorial To Vima: Merkel, Tsipras and us

The German Chancellor and other European partners do not want to have to tackle a Greek question again.

Merkel ‘grateful’ to Tsipras on FYROM, sees economic progress, challenges
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Merkel ‘grateful’ to Tsipras on FYROM, sees economic progress, challenges

'I am grateful to Alexis Tsipras for working with [FYROM PM] Zoran Zaev for a solution to the naming issue,' Merkel said

Slashing public investment, super surpluses hinder growth FT reports
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Slashing public investment, super surpluses hinder growth FT reports

'Much of the out-performance has come from deep cuts in public investment, which would normally be a critical driver for economic growth,' the FT report underlined.

Social spending, privatisation, NPLs to be reviewed by creditors
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Social spending, privatisation, NPLs to be reviewed by creditors

The first meeting at which the government’s social spending will be reviewed is the 10 January Eurogroup Working Group.

Simitis express faith in European unification, lambastes government
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Simitis express faith in European unification, lambastes government

'Today’s picture of clashing views does not justify disputing the evolutionary path of European cooperation.'

Editorial Ta Nea: Challenges
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Editorial Ta Nea: Challenges

While the elections in Greece may lead simply to a handover of power, the European Parliament elections may well produce a very different political terrain in the EU.

Editorial Ta Nea: Raising the bar
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Editorial Ta Nea: Raising the bar

The more handouts the government announces the more the main opposition party’s lead in the polls is grows.

SYRIZA trails New Democracy in new poll, economic pessimism prevails
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SYRIZA trails New Democracy in new poll, economic pessimism prevails

The centre-left Movement for Change and extreme-right, nationalist Golden Dawn are tied for third place with seven percent of the vote, followed by the Greek Communist Party (KKE) with six percent.

Bank of Greece’s Ten Commandments for economic recovery
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Bank of Greece’s Ten Commandments for economic recovery

Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras today submitted to Parliament Speaker Nikos Voutsis the Bank's Interim Report on Monetary Policy.

Nielsen: Greece ranks first in Europe on job insecurity, one-third worry about their jobs
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Nielsen: Greece ranks first in Europe on job insecurity, one-third worry about their jobs

Among European countries, Greece ranks first in terms of job insecurity, as one-third are worried about their jobs, while 28 percent are worried about the economy overall.

The Greek economy confronts the challenge of luring foreign investment
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The Greek economy confronts the challenge of luring foreign investment

Greece from the viewpoint of international investment capital remains marginal.

Editorial To Vima: Challenges of the new era
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Editorial To Vima: Challenges of the new era

It was first in Greece that supercilious political forces of imprudence, self-deception, and illusion won the day.

Editorial To Vima: Peddling hope
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Editorial To Vima: Peddling hope

There is a serious danger, despite the fact that consumption is not increasing, of a burgeoning trade deficit, with obvious consequences for macroeconomic imbalances.

PPC welcomes Standard & Poor’s upgrade of its credit rating
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PPC welcomes Standard & Poor’s upgrade of its credit rating

'S&P also stresses in its report that the upgrade took into account the improvement of Greece’s economic prospects.'

Editorial To Vima: Detestable Trade
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Editorial To Vima: Detestable Trade

Interlinked pawn shops were transformed into places of illegal transactions and became a haven and an open invitation to robbers and burglars as they fenced stolen valuables.

Editorial Ta Nea: Illusions
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Editorial Ta Nea: Illusions

For electoral reasons, the government pretends that the country that has left behind the economic crisis, when it is abundantly clear that it is still very much with us.

Editorial Ta Nea: Roads
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Editorial Ta Nea: Roads

Over-taxation, austerity, and vote-mongering handouts trap the economy in a vicious circle which hinders growth and consequently impedes the creation of new jobs.

Editorial To Vima: The vicious circle of misery
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Editorial To Vima: The vicious circle of misery

Greece is the heaviest taxed country as regards goods and services – VAT and the EFK special consumer tax – and is near the top of the list in terms of income tax.

Editorial Ta Nea: The bill
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Editorial Ta Nea: The bill

There is an emerging current in the ruling party that favours early elections, even before the local and European Parliament elections in May.

2019 budget provides for use of cash buffer to pay for bonds reaching maturity
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2019 budget provides for use of cash buffer to pay for bonds reaching maturity

The finance ministry believes that the large cash reserves even under the most conservative assessment are sufficient to cover its mixed funding needs at least for the next two years.

Moscovici: No bad surprises for Greece at 21 November Eurogroup
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Moscovici: No bad surprises for Greece at 21 November Eurogroup

Centeno said that the lending “institutions” trust Greece as regards continued implementation of reforms and meeting commitments in the coming years, so as to become a success story.

Editorial To Vima: Come and get it, folks
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Editorial To Vima: Come and get it, folks

For the government, the end justifies the means, and everything is placed at the disposal of the general directorate, in order to avert the impending handover of power.

Editorial To Vima: Without investments, without a growth plan
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Editorial To Vima: Without investments, without a growth plan

Two days ago, the World Bank released its report on the degree to which countries facilitate business activity. Instead of improving, Greece is steadily declining.

Editorial Ta Nea: Amending the Constitution
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Editorial Ta Nea: Amending the Constitution

To recall Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa’s famed novel The Leopard, the government is declaring that it will change the Constitution, so as not to change anything.

Editorial To Vima: Time and trust to save the banks
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Editorial To Vima: Time and trust to save the banks

The truth is that Greek banks are in a much better position than they were two years ago. They have improved their position. Their liquidity is better, and they are earnestly trying to reduce the burden of NPLs.

Editorial Ta Nea: Imperative
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Editorial Ta Nea: Imperative

Can the country emit a message of stability to markets when the political class, in contrast to the citizenry, appears to have learned nothing from the errors of the past and the eight-year crisis?

Editorial Ta Nea: Shadow
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Editorial Ta Nea: Shadow

Investors are discouraged, when affairs are revealed that bolster their distrust, and when an investigation of these cases and the assignment of responsibility is an exceptionally slow process.

Editorial To Vima: Prescription for Disaster
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Editorial To Vima: Prescription for Disaster

The tolerance that was built by a harsh fiscal adjustment and the countless sacrifices of the Greek people can be revoked the moment that a fiscal derailment is discerned.

Editorial Ta Nea: Clear mandate
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Editorial Ta Nea: Clear mandate

For citizens, the end of the period of bailout memorandums does not translate into an improvement in the economy or in their personal economic situation.