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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 12-07-27

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  • [01] PM meets with Troika heads
  • [02] Suspected arsonist arrested for Hymettus fires
  • [03] Greek banks' deposits down in June

  • [01] PM meets with Troika heads

    AMNA/ Prime minister Antonis Samaras met on Friday with the representatives of the European Commission (EC), European Central Bank (ECB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Troika, who briefed the premier on their talks so far with various government ministers on the course of the Greek fiscal adjustment programme.

    Sources said that specific measures being mulled by the government were not discussed during the premier's 90-minute meeting with EC Director for the member states' economies Matthias Mors, ECB division chief Klaus Masuch and IMF European Department deputy director Poul Thomsen, as well as the IMF's permanent representative in Athens Bob Traa


    [02] Suspected arsonist arrested for Hymettus fires

    AMNA/ A 40-year-old man has been arrested by Athens police for allegedly starting fires on three occasions on Hymettus Hill near the municipality of Papagou, last month.

    The alleged arsonist was arrested on Thursday for the fires on June 3, 5 and 22 atop Hymettus Hill, and will appear before an examining

    [03] Greek banks' deposits down in June

    AMNA/ Deposits in Greek banks fell further in June as the formation of a new government failed to reverse a massive exit flow which began in May, the Bank of Greece said on Thursday.

    The central bank, in a monthly report, said that deposits by enterprises and households in Greece banks fell to 150.6 billion euros at the end of June, from 157.4 billion euros a month earlier. Bank deposits fell by 15.4 billion euros in the two-month period from May to June, due to political worries.

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