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PM meeting with Dimon key to Greek market return
Shut out of international bond markets for four years, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras wasn’t going to take any chances with his country’s return. He began months ago lining up investors for the April 10 debt sale. The keystone for his pitch was a September meeting with investors at JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s headquarters in Manhattan hosted by Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon.
» NEWS
Suspect in student´s stabbing alleged to have threatened other pupils
A 22-year-old theology major standing accused of stabbing high-school senior Foivos D. outside his school in Palaio Faliro on Athe...
Greeks are the EU´s unhappiest workers, report finds
Greece is the only country among the European Union's 28 members states where fewer than half of its workers claim to be dissatisf...
» BUSINESS
Benchmark up thanks to late blue chip rally
A late rally by blue chips including Piraeus and National offset the losses that the Athens bourse benchmark had been showing up t...
PPC to sell 500 mln euros of 3- and 5-year bonds
Greece's state-controlled electricity firm PPC confirmed on Thursday it would sell bonds worth 500 million euros ($691 million). T...
» COMMENT
Putting the party above the country
The case of Sabiha Suleiman, the Roma activist whose candidacy for the European Parliament was announced by SYRIZA only to be with...
» LIFE
A well-traveled, cerebral, modernist meteorite of an artist
At close inspection, Constantinos Parthenis’s painting “The Little Church of Cephalonia” offers a glimpse of the artist’s key crea...
» SPORTS
4,000 officers to police Greek Cup final
Police says it will ban mass gatherings in central Athens amid heavy security measures planned for Saturday's Greek Cup final betw...
» COMMUNITY
Syntagma spruce up points to wider turnaround for Athens
The marble paving stones have been relaid in Athens’s Syntagma Square, the site of pitched battles between police and protesters d...
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Fast-tracked legislation
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Putting the party above the country
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