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Athens News Agency: News in English, 10-11-15

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

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  • [01] Greek 2009 deficit at 15.4pct
  • [02] PAO-Nioplias end contract

  • [01] Greek 2009 deficit at 15.4pct

    ANA-MPA/Greece's fiscal deficit for 2009 has been upped to 15.4 percent of GDP and the state debt to 126.8 percent of GDP, in revised figures published by EUROSTAT in Brussels on Monday.

    In a release issued Monday, Eurostat also announced that it is "lifting the reservation on Greek data expressed in its News Release of 55/2010 of April 22, 2010", adding that "Eurostat and the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) have addresses all of the issues identified in the last reservation during a series of EDP (Excessive Deficit Procedure) methodological visits".

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    [02] PAO-Nioplias end contract

    Panathinaikos Athens football club coach Nikos Nioplas' contract with the team has been terminated, according to a Panathinaikos announcement released on Monday.

    According to the announcement, a mutual decision to terminate the collaboration was made during a meeting between the team's coach and the president of the football club Nikolas Pateras. "We thank Mr. Nioplas for his services to the team and his contribution to the winning of the Greek superleague and Greek Cup titles, and we wish him every success".

    On his part, Nioplias stated on the football club's official website: "I would like to thank the board of directors, the fans and the players for their confidence in me, which I returned by dedicating all my efforts to achieving all the team's goals... I depart as a friend, with the conviction that I always acted in the interests of Panathinaikos and its success."

    Panathinaikos FC announced later that former Panathinaikos coach Jacek Gmoch will be serving temporarily as the team's coach.

    In a brief statement on the team's site, Gmoch said that "I am a soldier at Panathinaikos service for as long as asked. This is not a time for statements but for hard work".

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