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    It was fifty years ago when a Greek immigrant, the late Dr. Van Vlahakis, started a natural cleaning products company out of his garage in Chicago, IL. Today, Earth Friendly Products operates four plants in the US and is sold in over 60 countries around the world, while it has also created a Greek subsidiary, Earth Friendly Products Hellas.

    Monday, 03 July 2017 21:55

    Greece Launches Satellite Hellas Sat 3

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    The Greek and Cypriot telecommunications satellite Hellas Sat 3 was launched into orbit late Wednesday night from French Guiana, according to the digital policy ministry.

    Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information Minister Nikos Pappas, who watched the launch from the Arianespace station in French Guiana, spoke to the Athens Macedonia News Agency saying that Greece is “turning a page” with regard to its policy to make the most of space and space applications.

    The Greek homes market has the lowest rates among 18 European countries according to an international survey by the RE/MAX Europe network of estate agents.

    In 2016 a 100-square meter apartment in a Greek city cost 92,200 euros on average, or 922 euros/sq.m., while outside urban areas the average price of a house of the same size stood at 67,000 euros (670 euros/sq.m.).

    This article is an update of my preceding article published on November 26, 2016 about the Stena DrillMAX drilling in Senegal for Cairn.

    On December 6, 2016, Hellenic Petroleum announced the following:

    The Ministry of Environment & Energy today, in the context of the 2nd International Round, declared HELLENIC PETROLEUM as the "Selected Applicant" for the offshore block 10, W. Greece, Kyparissiakos Gulf.

    Ahead of Monday’s eurogroup meeting, Greek MPs have passed a series of new austerity measures introduced to help release the latest tranche of bailout funds from the country’s creditors. While the forthcoming get together of finance ministers is likely to be a long and possibly contentious one, the Athens stock market welcomed the Greek vote and is currently up 0.25%.

    Thursday, 11 May 2017 17:56

    Why Greece needs a basic income

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    In his letter to the European Commission, the ECB and the IMF outlining the reform proposals of the new government in Athens, Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis raised an interesting concept — a Guaranteed Basic Income.

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