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Credit line conditions laid out
By Sotiris Nikas
A document submitted to the German parliament on Wednesday in the context of the chamber’s vote on Thursday on the two-month extension Athens has asked for describes the plan for Greece after the end of the bailout program. The document says that once the current monitoring process is successfully completed, a precautionary credit line amounting up to 10.9 billion euros could be extended to Greece.
 INSIDE BUSINESS
Election looms as Samaras fails to win vote for president
Greece moved a step closer to early elections after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras failed to gather enough support for his nominee...
Stores will open on Dec 28, but traders aren’t too happy about it
It has emerged that commercial stores will be officially allowed to open on the last Sunday of the year, December 28, as the Devel...
More Britons and Americans eyeing Greece for vacations
Greece enjoyed the fifth-biggest increase in Google searches from the UK market this year in the category of emerging holiday dest...
Vodafone and Wind to bid for Forthnet
Wind Hellas head Nassos Zarkalis said on Wednesday that the due diligence of rival telecommunications company Forthnet will soon b...
Credit line conditions laid out
A document submitted to the German parliament on Wednesday in the context of the chamber’s vote on Thursday on the two-month exten...
Bourse index recovers some lost ground
Non-banking chips led the local stock index to a significant recovery on Wednesday before the first vote for a new president took ...
Piraeus ambitions one step closer as China signs Balkan bullet train deal
China signed a huge deal on Wednesday to finance a high-speed bullet train between Budapest and Belgrade, a key link in Beijing’s ...
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More Britons and Americans eyeing Greece for vacations
 
By Stathis Kousounis
Greece enjoyed the fifth-biggest increase in Google searches from the UK market this year in the category of emerging holiday destinations, according to a chart published by the world’s biggest online search engine.

Stores will open on Dec 28, but traders aren’t too happy about it
 
By Dimitra Manifava
It has emerged that commercial stores will be officially allowed to open on the last Sunday of the year, December 28, as the Development Ministry submitted an amendment to its multi-bill in Parliament on Wednesday. Brought forward for discussion in the House due to its urgency, the draft law will be voted on Thursday so that the clause on the Sunday opening will apply immediately.
 
COMMENTARY
HUNGER STRIKER
Romanos and the dilemma
By Xenia Kounalaki
The “system,” as Romanos likes to say in a derogatory manner, was called upon to decide whether it would show that its humanitarianism is in fact “purported” or whether the principles of our middle-class democracy are foremost based on respect for human rights.
DRAMA THERAPY
PTSD
Sophocles to the rescue
By Christina Sanoudou
The Theater of War program, based in Brooklyn, New York, has presented excerpts of ‘Philoctetes’ and ‘Ajax’ to more than 60,000 US military service members, veterans and their families.
GOLDEN DAWN
MARKET RAID
Case closed
By Yiannis Papadopoulos
None of the foreigners who abandoned their stalls when they saw the Golden Dawn group approaching was found to testify as a victim of assault in the trial. Without civil action, the case was essentially doomed from the get-go.
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