Monthly Archives: January 2013

THIS IS NOT THE OFFICIAL BLOG!!!

THE ORIGINAL BLOG IS ON BLOGGER! I AM PRESENTLY TESTING WORDPRESS WITH A VIEW TOWARDS MOVING MY BLOG HERE. THIS SITE IS PRESENTLY NOT BEING MAINTAINED! TO GET TO THE ORIGINAL BLOG, CLICK ON THE BELOW LINK! OBSERVING GREECE Advertisements

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Is Greece reforming or not?

My British friend was, for once, wrong: he had predicted a Grexit for Friday, January 11, 2013 at 22 hrs, but it didn’t happen. True to form, he sent me the following defence of his position today: “Read today’s ‘Comment’ … Continue reading

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Can The Left save Greece?

A blog by the name of New Left Project published an article titled “Can the Left save Greece?”, as well as an interview with Yiannis Milios who is a Professor of Economics at the Polytechnic University of Athens. Prof. Milios … Continue reading

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Lest ye forget HP, Unilever and Cosco!

Positive news have a way of being forgotten so quickly when there is such ample supply of negative news. Thus, I want to bring back to memory two important events of the last couple of months. Last November, it was … Continue reading

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Bill Gates invests in Greece!

The reader Tsigantes recently made a reference to ‘a small town near Veria in northern Greece which backed the vision of its trained librarian and has produced probably the most educative, much loved and inspiring library in Europe!’ So I … Continue reading

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A debate about Greece’s future economic development

In my last post, I had raised – once again – the urgency of developing a long-term economic development plan for Greece. A most interesting debate among two readers with the pseudonyms of Tsigantes and Canutely King ensued. The debate … Continue reading

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11-year old has found solution for Greece!

In October 2011, the Ekathimerini published the following letter:  “Dear Mr Papandreou,  My name is Theodore Vasilopoulos. I am 11 years old and I live in Athens. I am writing to you because I have found a solution to Greece’s … Continue reading

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