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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-05-26

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Doukas promotes investments
  • [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Doukas promotes investments

    Deputy Foreign Minister Petros Doukas was the guest of honour at a reception in London hosted by the Hellenic Bankers Association-UK, attended by senior-ranking officials of London's major investment firms.

    Discussions with the Greek minister focused on Greece's foreign policy and economy, and prospects for promoting more investments in Greece.

    With respect to foreign investments in Greece, Doukas said that a change of the institutional framework was being advanced in Greece so as to create a "business-friendly" environment, to render the country a magnet for foreign investments.

    In that framework, he continued, the ability is being given to shipping companies and foreign companies wishing to activate themselves in the wider region of the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean, to establish themselves in Greece as offshore companies.

    Chairman of the Association's Executive Committee, Michail Zekkos, stressed that the London investors were an important tool of development of the Greek economy, adding that the Hellenic Bankers Association of the UK was reaffirming its role as a link between the financial center of London and the Greek political, economic and business community.

    The Hellenic Bankers Association-UK was formed in 1994 in order to promote a closer co-operation among Bankers and Financial Professionals, of Hellenic origin, based in the United Kingdom.

    Caption: ANA-MPA file photo of Deputy Foreign Minister Petros Doukas

    [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Monday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    The nutritional scandal with the imported mineral oil-contaminated sunflower oil, FYROM prime minister Nikola Gruevski's and Archbishop Stefanos of the so-called 'Macedonian' Orthodox Church statements and the spiraling food and utilities prices dominated the headlines on Monday in Athens' newspapers

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "What is changing in advancements and promotions after the implementation of the new Civil Servants Code".

    APOGEVMATINI: "They (FYROM) 'baptised' Thessaloniki as theirs - Performance of irredentism by the Archbishop of FYROM at the Vatican in the presence of Gruevski".

    AVRIANI: "We have found the traces of the mafia that spread in Europe the mineral oil-contaminated Ukranian sunflower oil - The Greek 'mastermind' of the ring is a resident of Kiev and had played the primary role in the corn scandal".

    CHORA: "All of Greece watched Kalomira (Greek participation in Eurovision song contest, which won third place) - Vote of obedience from former Soviet states to Mama Russia".

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "FYROM provokes while Greece.... pleads - The schismatic archbishop of the heretic- pseudo- 'Macedonian' Church, Stefanos, demanded Thessaloniki, too".

    ELEFTHEROS: "Alarm clock sounds for Maximos mansion (government headquarters) - Last polls give warning messages ".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "When EFET (Food and Nutrition Safety committee) functions, the giant companies retreat -Coca cola company removes controversial ingredient under the pressure of inspection authorities, scientists and mass media".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: " Bomb: Wire tapping by Deutsche Telekom. DER SPIEGEL: Shocking revelations on OTE's partner".

    ESTIA: "(Main opposition PASOK party leader) Papandreou on Article 16 (of the Constitution, which bars non-state universities) -What he wrote in an article in May 1998".

    ETHNOS: "Cold shower in four courses - First score reports in Nationwide university entrance exams".

    TA NEA: " Young, with university degree, and penniless - Cry of agony from the generation of 700-1,000 euros".

    VRADYNI: "They lay claims on Thessaloniki ! Fyrom affirmed their irredentist aims".


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