Posts Tagged ‘Greek debt’

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    Greek Privatization Progress

    Nov 20, 12 • 301 Views • No Comments

    Will international creditors say yes again to Greece after today’s meeting in Brussels? Part of the deal involves selling or leasing whatever the Greek government owns. The proceeds reduce the debt and meanwhile, by building roads and business parks,...  [read more]

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    A New View of the Fiscal Cliff and Greece

    Oct 16, 12 • 288 Views • No Comments

    Merle Hazard’s newest song is “Fiscal Cliff.” While he recorded his “Greek Debt Song” several years ago, it still is relevant and fun to watch. Econlife looked at fiscal cliff details here and, for more on Greece, you might want...  [read more]

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    Luxembourg Yogurt?

    Oct 13, 12 • 221 Views • No Comments

    For this Greece update, some past and current information… Soon after the euro was launched on January 1, 2002, a €76,000 bank heist near Athens became the first major euro robbery. Near Athens also, with the new currency launch, it took 3 staff...  [read more]

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    More Greek-German Humor

    Sep 21, 12 • 261 Views • No Comments

    This Monty Python Greek-German soccer match is wonderful. Thinking of the euro zone, perhaps it also says something about each country’s personality. Sources and Resources: The Monty Python video was from YouTube, here....  [read more]

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    Greek-German Humor

    Sep 20, 12 • 292 Views • No Comments

    A German wife? A Greek husband? This “Very European Breakup” is fun, especially figuring out what the details mean. And… “A Greek, an Irishman and a Portuguese go into a bar and order a drink. Who picks up the bill? A German.”...  [read more]