greece debt crisis

2016 found me in auto-recovery mode after leaving behind 2015 which was a momentous year of change and first-hand experiences
8. The four systemic banks will still exist, although there will be public discussions about merging one of the banks out
And it appears President Obama will visit Greece on November 15 and 16. He might want to skip Greece's annual "I hate America
For one more time Greece is a champion at unemployment as according to figures released by Eurostat, the percentage of young people without job is 50.3 %.
Speaking personally, this conference has been part of a long and meandering journey. Greece has been firing my imagination
This month the Greek supreme court has allowed public prosecutors to bring the former president of the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT), Andreas Georgiou, to court to face charges of damaging the national interest for a second time - he was acquitted at the first attempt.
A foggy lawyer of tear gas is pierced by an oncoming tank. Students cling to the gates of the polytechnic, pleading to the imposing hoard of soldiers below, "We are your brothers! We are your brothers!" The gates fall, mangled and crushed beneath the merciless tread of tank wheels.
EU needs to redesign itself as a real political union of equal members with common defense, economy, education and culture. Greek should be the official language of Europe. That would seal Europe's Greek origins and civilization.
Greece needs to become identified with a term other than the crisis, with one or more words that would signal recovery and reconstruction.
Greece finally passed its long awaited package of reforms, which follows the usual pattern. The Parliament was all too happy to raise taxes and social security contributions, but pension reform and the sale of NPLs is much less clear.
However, we are now, in 2016, in a new age that blindly ignores culture for ephemeral matters like money. Once again, Greece
"The measures will be a tombstone for growth prospects."
There was no settlement between the EU and Greece before Greek Easter as promised. I wonder how many more times that headline will appear.
No, you did not miss my last article; I have not written since January 24, 2016. And no, nothing has happened in Greece since then ... no pension reform, no sales of NPLs, nothing. And, nothing is likely to happen for the foreseeable future.
Let us not use the Constitution and its revision as an alibi for political power to conceal its inability to tackle a political problem on political terms. And it is sad to see constitutional changes being used as a firework.
Sacrificing Greece will not save Europe from having to come face-to-face with awkward, complex and hazardous realities. Nor is the fundamental question here one of simply centralizing the processing of asylum claims -- generated by a basically flawed system.
This will be part of our pitch for Greece-based venture capital. The rest is track record, pipeline, and team. ___________ Aristos