Somebody here said there were 2 Reverse Splits in the past 10 years. Its high was $14...so it tanked from $14 to $1.
To hell with the deal...we will start increase government spending by 12 billion euro. I think I ll do the same...sorry bank, I just stopped paying you back the mortgage. Otherwise I cannot retire at 48.
They will increase governmentspending by 12 billion euros: rehire layed off governmentworkers, stop privitization and increase pensions and wages.
Throw them out of the euro....imagine if I would go to the bank and say: sorry I will only pay you 10% of my mortgage...he would say...sorry than we take your entire house.
Yes, I like to retire at 48 too. I admire their hate against paying tax. I just read: the wealthiest Greeks are 10 times wealthier than the wealthiest Germans. They don't need the EU they need to make a deal with Their own FILTHY RICH fellow countrymen.
thats an insult to Cuba...they send 25.000 doctors and medical staff to Venezuala and get oil in return. What can Greece export that helps people?? Olives?
Somebody needs to pay...and I believe he wants to hear: 'we are paying back' instead of 'please send more money, we have run out again'
Greece rejects return of EU-IMF inspectors to Athens, source tells Reuters
Greece will refuse the planned return of European Union and International Monetary Fund inspectors to the country since the new government rejects the 240-billion-euro bailout program, a government official told Reuters on Friday.
The new government, which is holding talks with the head of the euro zone finance ministers' group on Friday, also has no intention of securing an extension to the EU portion of the aid program that expires on February 28.
Euro zone officials have said Greece will almost certainly need an extension to the program but Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government has repeatedly said it has no interest in continuing current negotiations but wants to start discussions with lenders from scratch.
EU and IMF inspectors have previously said they are ready to return to Athens after a new government is formed to complete the final inspection under the bailout program and disburse over 7 billion euros in pending aid.
Reinstatement of minimum monthly salary at 751 euros
By Roula Salourou
New Labor Minister Panos Skourletis announced on Wednesday the immediate restoration of the negotiation process for collective labor contracts and the Organization for Mediation and Arbitration (OMED), along with the reinstatement of the minimum monthly salary of 751 euros.
Admitting that his policies will be at loggerheads with those of his predecessor and the bailout agreements, Skourletis stated that his work will be very difficult as he was taking over the ministry from Yiannis Vroutsis.
He said the reinstatement of the minimum salary at 751 euros is the ministry’s central target, and that the implementation of the measure will be combined with a series of other policies that will facilitate the operation of enterprises and help them become sustainable, such as the restructuring of their debts to the tax authorities and social security funds.
The new minister acknowledged there are specific objections to that strategy by the business world, especially from small and medium-sized enterprises, as they say that the cost would be huge and they would not be able to respond to a hike in the minimum salary.
Deal with Cosco to be reviewed after OLP tender is called off
By Ilias Bellos
The utilization of the port of Piraeus is now in unchartered waters following the official cancellation of the tender for the sale of a 67.7 percent stake in Piraeus Port Authority on Wednesday.
Economy and Shipping Minister Giorgos Stathakis and Alternate Minister for Shipping Theodoris Dritsas made the announcement after taking over from former Merchant Marine Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis.
They stated they may review the agreement with Cosco, but did not say if they would renegotiate with the Chinese company, adding there is an ‘open horizon’ of cooperation with Beijing.
And those Greeks still think they can retire at 48 and live a Greek life like a classic God for the rest of their days...paid by Greek government.