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Welt Online
Desaströse Steuermoral schockt griechische Fahnder
Steuerfahnder haben zahlreiche Geschäfte in den griechischen Tourismusorten überprüft – und in bis zu 77 Prozent aller Fälle Unregelmäßigkeiten entdeckt. Oft gibt es nicht einmal Quittungen.
http://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/article108399807/Desastroese-Steuermoral-schockt-griechische-Fahnder.html

stern.de
Medienschlacht zur Eurokrise Merkel ist in Griechenland "Häftling 4339"
Der Euro sollte den Kontinent zusammenschweißen. Tatsächlich entzweit er ihn. Nirgendwo zeigt sich das so deutlich wie in den Medien. Neuer Höhepunkt ist eine fiese Attacke auf die Kanzlerin.
http://www.stern.de/politik/deutschland/medienschlacht-zur-eurokrise-merkel-ist-in-griechenland-haeftling-4339-1866072.html

Reuters Deutschland
Koalitionspolitiker warnen vor weiteren Griechenland-Hilfen
In der schwarz-gelben Koalition werden die Warnungen vor weiteren Hilfszusagen für Griechenland lauter.
http://de.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idDEBEE86R00220120728

Hamburger Abendblatt
Tourismus: Einmal Kreta ohne Krise, bitte!
Der Robinson Club Kalimera Kriti hat erst diese Saison eröffnet, ist aber sehr gut gestartet. Euro- und Staatsschulden-Debatte sind nur außerhalb ein Problem.
http://www.abendblatt.de/reise/article2351531/Tourismus-Einmal-Kreta-ohne-Krise-bitte.html

Welt Online
Tage der Entscheidung in Athen
Neu-Drachme, Parallelwährung, Schuldenerlass: Griechenlands Schicksal gibt die Richtung an den Märkten vor
http://www.welt.de/print/die_welt/finanzen/article108402727/Tage-der-Entscheidung-in-Athen.html




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Hellas Channel - Griechenland-Nachrichten vom 28.07.2012
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Focus Money
Streit über Euro-Aus Griechenlands
Schäuble kritisiert Sinns „Milchmädchenrechnung“

Streit zwischen Star-Ökonom Hans-Werner Sinn und Finanzminister Schäuble: „Milchmädchenrechnungen“ über einen Euro-Austritt Griechenlands helfen niemandem, kritisiert Schäuble. Doch die eigene Partei fällt dem Minister in den Rücken.
http://www.focus.de/finanzen/news/staatsverschuldung/einschaetzung-zu-griechenland-hilfen-schaeuble-ruegt-milchmaedchenrechnung-des-ifo-instituts_aid_789124.html

Reuters

Don't look back: Greek Olympic chief
When Greece's Olympians lead the parade of nations into the London Olympic stadium on Friday, their athletes will put behind them their nation's economic crisis and the expulsion of two of their elite athletes, one for doping and one for a racist tweet.
http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/news/dont-look-back-greek-olympic-chief-124548440--spt.html

Athens News
U.S. supports government in carrying out reforms
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Dr. Philip Gordon expresses confidence in the coalition government's ability to carry out reforms, encourages decisive action among Eurozone members.
http://www.athensnews.gr/portal/8/57307

Greek Reporter
Piraeus Bank Takes Over Ailing ATEbank
The Greek government has agreed to hand over the performing loans and healthy assets of nearly-insolvent state-run ATEbank to the privately-run Piraeus Bank to keep it from closing, but the toxic assets will be given to the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF,) while some units will be taken over by the state, the central bank said. That effectively means that bad loans will be dumped on the state and taxpayers.
http://greece.greekreporter.com/2012/07/27/piraeus-bank-takes-over-ailing-atebank/

Greek Reporter
Insurance Fund Debts Deprive Pensioner of Oxygen Device in Rhodes
An elderly pensioner voiced a cry of distress at two local media agencies in the island of Rhodes over his being deprived of the life-supporting oxygen device due to his insurance fund debts to the respective medical supplier.
http://greece.greekreporter.com/2012/07/27/insurance-fund-debts-deprive-pensioner-of-oxygen-device-in-rhodes/

Greek Reporter
Former PM Papandreou Conflict with Former Greece’s IMF Representative Heats Up
A heated conflict between former Greek Prime Minister Giorgos Papandreou and Greece’s former representative to the International Monetary Fund, Panagiotis Roumeliotis has attracted media attention in our country.
http://greece.greekreporter.com/2012/07/27/former-pm-papandreou-conflict-with-former-greeces-imf-representative-heats-up/

Greek Reporter
The Economist Gives Greece Only Two Weeks Before Collapse
British financial journal, The Economist, published an article under the title “Is “Grexit” at hand? Greece has only a couple of weeks left to convince its creditors” expressing doubts whether the Greek government can succeed in convincing Troika that the financial adjustment programme is no longer ‘off-track.’
http://greece.greekreporter.com/2012/07/27/the-economist-gives-greece-only-two-weeks-before-collapse/

Greek Reporter
Greek Jewish Community Protests Against Far-Right MP, Former Member of Band Praising Nazis
http://greece.greekreporter.com/2012/07/27/greek-jewish-community-protests-against-far-right-mp-former-member-of-band-praising-nazis/

Ekathimerini
PM writes to troika explaining need for extension
As government officials continue their efforts to come up with 11.5 billion euros in savings for 2013 and 2014, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has given representatives of the country’s foreign creditors a letter explaining his country’s reasons for seeking an extension to its fiscal adjustment period, Kathimerini understands.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_27/07/2012_454179

Ekathimerini
IMF, ex-PM rebuff Roumeliotis
Comments made by Greece’s former representative to the International Monetary Fund, Panayiotis Roumeliotis, to the New York Times, according to which the IMF knew from the outset that the bailout programs extended to Greece were unenforceable, have prompted an angry response from the Fund and from former Prime Minister George Papandreou, whose Socialist government signed Greece’s first debt deal with foreign creditors.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_27/07/2012_454190

Ekathimerini
Unionist lambasts troika's 'potion'
The head of Greece’s largest labor union launched a stinging attack on the troika on Friday and suggested that the new round of austerity the country’s lenders favor would lead to the Greek economy contracting by more than 5 percent next year.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_27/07/2012_454189

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