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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-05-14

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Presentation by Greek biotech companies in Boston
  • [02] Greek school inaugurated in Zambia
  • [03] Superleague playoffs results
  • [04] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Presentation by Greek biotech companies in Boston

    Washington (ANA-MPA) -- The opportunities presented by Greek biotechnology companies for collaboration with their US counterparts were outlined by representatives of the Greek companies at an event held at a Boston hotel on Wednesday night that was attended by senior officials of major American biotechnology companies, professors from the universities of Harvard, Tufts and Northeastern, and from MIT.

    After the presentation, a number of unscheduled bilateral talks took place between the Greek and American companies.

    This first presentation of Greek biotech companies and medical apparatus manufacturers was of particular significance as it was held in Boston, which is the largest biotechnology center in the US.

    The business mission to the US was the initiative of the technology diffusion network "Praxi", which was represented at the presentation by Despina Giagopoulou and Vassilis Stamatopoulos, while the visit took place under the aegis of the Greek foreign ministry.

    The events and meetings in Boston were organised by Greece's Consulate General in Boston and the Greek embassy's commercial attache's office in New York.

    Consul General Constantine Orfanidis, addressing the event, thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the presentation, and proposed that it become an annual event so as to capitalise on the success of the first such meeting.

    The Greek delegation also attended a lunch hosted by the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, toured Northeastern University's research centers, the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR), and the Broad Institute, which is a collaboration between MIT and Harvard dedicated to the study of genomics for the biomedical sciences.

    [02] Greek school inaugurated in Zambia

    young girl, a future student of the Greek school in Lusaka Zambia on Wednesday 13 May 2009. The school was financed by the Greek Foreign Ministry General Directorate for International Development Cooperation (Hellenic Aid) and was constructed by the non-governmental organisation European Audiovisual Network (EURONEM). Patriarch Theodoros II of Alexandria and All Africa inaugurated the new 750 sq.m elementary school in Lusaka, which facility features seven classrooms and two teacher lounges. ANA-MPA/SOPHIA ARAVOPOULOU

    [03] Superleague playoffs results

    Panathinaikos Athens and AEK Athens drew 1-1 in a soccer Super League playoff game played at the Athens Olympic Stadium on Wednesday night. Scocco (12') scored for AEK and Gabriel equalised for Panathinaikos (43' pen.).

    In the second playoff game, PAOK Thessaloniki beat Larissa 2-0 away with goals by Bakayoko (9') and Conceicao (80') and is in the top place in the playoffs together with Panathinaikos.

    The top position in the playoffs leads to participation in the European Champions League qualifying rounds.

    Caption : AEK Athens striker Rafik Djebbour (L) and Panathinaikos defender Costas Spyropoulos (R) attempt to take control of the ball during the play off game of the Greek Superleague Panathinaikos- AEK at the Athens Olympic Stadium on Wednesday 13 May 2009. ANA-MPA/ George Mattheos

    [04] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Thursday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    The Siemens case and continuing opposition reactions to the adjournment of Parliament ahead of European parliament elections along with FinMin Yannis Papathanassiou's forecast on the economy mostly dominated the headlines on Thursday in Athens' newspapers.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Youth showed the way - Ruling New Democracy-affiliated grouping wins college elections".

    APOGEVMATINI: "State tables lawsuits against Siemens, demands compensation".

    AVGHI: "Government's confession: ND and main opposition PASOK bribed by Siemens ".

    AVRIANI: "State sues Siemens for return of money".

    ELEFTHEROS: "Yes, politicians and state functionaries took bribes from Siemens' slush funds".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Sudden complication in Siemens scandal - State makes major blunder with unknown side effects".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Shocking document left in drawer for 34 days - State confesses that politicians bribed by Siemens".

    ESTIA: "Positive prospects for economy if government takes action".

    ETHNOS: "Summer brings 'surcharges' in fuel - Profiteering, temperature rising together".

    KATHIMERINI: "IMF: Greek economy hostage to deficits".

    LOGOS: "IMF will thoroughly examine Greek economy".

    NIKI: "ND loses centre for good and will pay for polarisation".

    RIZOSPASTIS: "ND, PASOK, EU and industrialists are contaminating water and air".

    TA NEA: "Banks freeze thousands of home loans applications after Parliament's adjournment".

    TO VIMA: "FinMin's admission: Government prepares two more years of austerity".

    VRADYNI: "Four changes in nationwide university entrance exams to begin on Friday".


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