Germans to PAY the Greex Pensions unt...
ZORBAS BEGGARIDIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#22 Nov 7, 2011
The new administration will be tasked with passing the €130 billion ($179 billion) package — agreed by international creditors on Oct. 27

http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/market...

DANKE DEUTSCHLAND!!!
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#23 Nov 8, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)-- Greece will reportedly receive 8 billion euro ($11 billion) in the six tranche of its first bailout package and will begin working on the new rescue deal if the troubled country's leaders can commit to the terms.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/greece-to-ge...

Greex PROMISS! HEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHHEH EHEEHEHEEEHEE..
SIFILIDIS AFRICOPULOS

Macedonia

#24 Nov 9, 2011
EU is shovelling enormous amounts of money into Greece to forestall a default, while forcing European banks to take a "haircut" of 50 per cent on their Greek loans.

Even with all that, however, Greece is still drowning in debt, and the EU is no closer than ever to creating a financial authority with the power to protect the euro.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/artic...
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#25 Nov 11, 2011
Papademos sworn in as Greex PM

Technocrat prime minister Lucas Papademos has taken office, saying his main priority is keeping Greece within the eurozone.

The new government of national unity is expected to move quickly to pass the latest bailout package.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-11-12/papadem...
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#26 Nov 13, 2011
Greece's prime minister, Lucas Papademos, "called" the leaders of Germany and France, IMF chief Christine Lagarde and power brokers in the EU over the weekend in what has become a race against time to save the debt-burdened nation from bankruptcy.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/13/g...
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#27 Nov 14, 2011
Greece is the most extreme example of the first kind – profligate Mediterranean places where productivity is low and inefficiency rife.

Germany is the opposite – northern, thrifty and responsible, the EU’s CASH COW.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/eur...

Europe faces a new credit crunch in 2012.
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#28 Nov 14, 2011
Unity of Europe: Germany's Challenge?

http://www.mi2g.com/cgi/mi2g/frameset.php...
ZORBAS BEGGARIDIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#29 Nov 14, 2011
New Greek PM pledges bailout pact ratification by year end

ATHENS, Nov. 14 (Xinhua)-- New Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos pledged on Monday evening the parliamentary ratification of the EU bailout deal by the year.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2...

This year end?
deutschland

Melbourne, Australia

#30 Nov 15, 2011
last night angela merkel unveiled her new plan to assist greece's problems.
"the plan is to send the 2nd panzer division through the mainland, supported by pioneers and a fallschirmjager drop on the coast" she said.
Specialists have been stunned by the logic, efficiency and simplicity of the plan...
ZORBAS BEGGARIDIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#31 Nov 15, 2011
Party divisions threaten bailout deal


By Harry Papachristou And Lefteris Papadimas, Reuters

Read more: http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Party+divis...
ZORBAS BEGGARIDIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#33 Nov 15, 2011
ATHENS (Dow Jones)--Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos spoke Tuesday with European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs Olli Rehn and the head of the Institute for International Finance (IIF), a trade body of the world's leading banks, ahead of an expected start to talks on the country's debt writedown plan.

Greece's Finance Ministry said in a statement Venizelos spoke with Charles Dallara, managing director of IIF, and officials from the IMF by phone without providing more details.

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20111115-...
ZORBAS BEGGARIDIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#34 Nov 16, 2011
Greece: Keeping the Euro Is Only Choice for Country, Papademos Says

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-11-16/g...

GERMAN EURO!!!
Gabriela Miloshevska

Thessaloníki, Greece

#35 Nov 16, 2011
“Encyclopedia of Russian and Slavic Myth and Legend”

Alexander the Great
356-323 b.c. Greek Macedonian king, the son of Philip II of Macedon and Olympias.
Alexander’s place in Russian and Slavic legend is do to the fables of Vardan and Mekhithar Gosh.
SIFILIDIS AFRICOPULOS

Skopje, Macedonia

#36 Nov 17, 2011
The 17-nation currency zone’s debt woes have escalated to include big economies, like Italy.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/market...
SIFILIDIS AFRICOPULOS

Skopje, Macedonia

#37 Nov 17, 2011
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Germany earlier this month shot down a proposal that would call on the European Central Bank to lend money to the International Monetary Fund to finance bailouts for euro-zone governments threatened with insolvency, but the idea may be revived according to two sources familiar with the matter.

Beyond the IMF, future euro-zone bailouts are to be funded by the European Financial Stability Facility, the area's emergency fund, with a current capacity of EUR440 billion.
But with around EUR250 billion planned to keep Greece, Portugal and Ireland above water, it likely won't have the firepower to afford an Italian bailout if that became necessary.

European leaders agreed last month to boost the EFSF's capacity to around EUR1 trillion, in part by tapping China and Asian sovereign wealth funds for loans, but the response was DISAPPOINTING.

IT LOOKS LIKE MERKEL WILL HAVE TO PAY ALL WITH GERMAN TAXPAYERS MONEY! Since they don't mind...
Gunter

Sydney, Australia

#38 Nov 18, 2011
SIFILIDIS AFRICOPULOS wrote:
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Germany earlier this month shot down a proposal that would call on the European Central Bank to lend money to the International Monetary Fund to finance bailouts for euro-zone governments threatened with insolvency, but the idea may be revived according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Beyond the IMF, future euro-zone bailouts are to be funded by the European Financial Stability Facility, the area's emergency fund, with a current capacity of EUR440 billion.
But with around EUR250 billion planned to keep Greece, Portugal and Ireland above water, it likely won't have the firepower to afford an Italian bailout if that became necessary.
European leaders agreed last month to boost the EFSF's capacity to around EUR1 trillion, in part by tapping China and Asian sovereign wealth funds for loans, but the response was DISAPPOINTING.
IT LOOKS LIKE MERKEL WILL HAVE TO PAY ALL WITH GERMAN TAXPAYERS MONEY! Since they don't mind...
Enough money we must stop this madness
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#39 Nov 19, 2011
Greek conservatives reject signing reform pledge

(AFP)– 13 hours ago

ATHENS — A major conservative party in Greece's new unity government REFUSED Saturday in talks with EU and IMF officials to drop its opposition to signing written reform pledges in return for crucial loans, reports said.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/...

WHY WORKING IF YOU CAN GET MONEY FOR FREE!?!
XXX

Bonn, Germany

#40 Nov 20, 2011
The ECB mustnt bailout countries, even the "small amounts" they buy national debts is usually forbidden.
Its getting to the point of ridiculousnes, why do we even try to help anymore? No german is asked to throw them the money down their throats.
Obviously greeks dont want help getting their country to work, they wanna be financed by us.
SIFILIDIS AFRICOPOULOS

Skopje, Macedonia

#41 Nov 20, 2011
XXX wrote:
The ECB mustnt bailout countries, even the "small amounts" they buy national debts is usually forbidden.
Its getting to the point of ridiculousnes, why do we even try to help anymore? No german is asked to throw them the money down their throats.
Obviously greeks dont want help getting their country to work, they wanna be financed by us.
HERE THEY COME AGAIN WITH THE BEGGING BOWL:

Greek PM heads for Brussels to try to secure MORE cash
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/20/gre...
FILIP II REINCARNATED

Skopje, Macedonia

#42 Nov 21, 2011
HAHAHA..
Greex beggars begging from Germans - Germans begging from China:

"There was a time when Europeans went to China in gunboats extracting concessions and dictating terms.
Today, they are ARRIVING CAP IN HAND TO BEG for the money to bail out their indebted governments."

http://business-standard.com/india/news/palla...

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