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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 08-08-26

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From: The Hellenic Radio (ERA) <www.ert.gr/>

CONTENTS

  • [01] University Admission Grades Released
  • [02] Meeting with ADEDY
  • [03] "Alitalia" Buy Out Offers Looked into

  • [01] Regarding AEI and TEI

    University Admission Grades Released

    26 2008 08:00:00

    Students suspence waiting to be admitted to Greek Universities (AEI) and Technological Educational Institutes (TEI ) and AEI came to an end today, Tuesday morning with the release of the admission grades. According to information, the admission grades for popular schools like law and pedagogic are expected to rise. Grades will be available on ERTs official website, http:// exams.ert.gr. In addition, candidates can also be informed by the site of the ministry of education(http://www.ypepth.gr), or can call the civilians service center at 1564.

    Translated by Sofia Gartziou

    [02] At Maximos Mansion

    Meeting with ADEDY

    26 2008 09:16:00

    Sources: 105.8, NA-NA

    The Prime Minister is expected to have contacts with social partners. At 10:30 he is expected to meet the ADEDY (Supreme Administration of Greek Civil Servants Trade Unions) as well as GSEE (Greek General Confederation of Labour), ESEE (National Confederation of Hellenic Commerce) and GSEVEE (General Confederation of Small and Medium Sized Business), EVEA (Commefcial and Industrial Chamber of Greece), KEEE (the Central Union of Chambers of Greece) as well as representatives of PASEGES (Federation of Unions of Workers in Greek Agriculture Associations). The new round of discussion with social partners opened yesterday with the meeting of Costas Karamanlis with representatives of GSEE (Greek General Confederation of Labour) and FGI (Federation of the Greek Industries). The Prime Minister announced that the financial policy of the government will not change. In parallel, he confirmed that new taxes will not be imposed and weak social groups will not be affected be the new reforms.

    Trade Unions Dissatisfied

    After his meeting with the Prime Minister yesterday, GSEE president Mr. Panagopoulos asked for immediate measures in order to copy with high cost of living and to support financially weaker social groups. He also announced that protestations are going to escalate.

    SEV president stressed that the country must enter a new development orbit, asking for re distribution of state expenses and concession of all social partners.

    The president of the Federation of Greek Commerce, Mr. Dimitris Armenakis underlined that their trade union can not bear any additional taxes.

    The government continues steadily and with consistency its financial policy adopting only small adjustments due to the international crisis, finance minister announced.

    Development minister Mr. Christos Folias underlined that the government has decided to support middle businesses and that theses businessmen should be the governments allies.

    Minister of Employment Mrs. Fani Petralia also pointed out that the social reform will continue and stated that "the government guarantees that pensions will be paid and that the fund of professional traders will be provided funds."

    Translated by Sofia Gartziou

    [03] Interest by Italian Businessmen

    "Alitalia" Buy Out Offers Looked into

    25 2008 20:54:00

    Sources: ANA

    The Italian national flying company "Alitalia" is at the verge of becoming bankrupt and is looking at offers for its buy out just before the announcement of the report of the last six months that is not expected to be positive

    A meeting took place today in Milan on the issue where "Intesa Sanpaolo" bank interviewed possible buyers. What remains to see is how "ready" investors are to finance the operation of the companys rescue, sources in Milan say.

    The investing company Equinox, Benetton as well as Riva, Aponte and Ligresti are included in the catalogue of the candidate buyers. The Italian state holds 49.9% of the sharing capital of the company. A late estimation shows that damages reach 400 million euros while this years "extension of life" would not have been possible if the state hadnt provided benefits that reached 300 million, taking as granted that only during the first semester damages reached 215 million. The potential buyers target at refreshing the crew of the company and obtaining 60 to 65% of the companys shares.

    Translated by Sofia Gartziou


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