Friday, February 3, 2012

Anonymous greece

  • The hackers also attacked a controversial anti-piracy deal.
  • (Deutsche Welle)
  • Better late than never. Greece may finally be nearing an agreement with its private-sector creditors over how great a loss they would be willing to incur on their bond holdings.
  • (Daily Beast)
  • Greece is expected to accept funding from the IMF in a bid providers if they are found to have shared files illegally.
  • (Daily Mail)
  • on giving European institutions already operating in Greece some decision-making powers over debt-ridden Greeces fiscal policy, said anonymous sources cited by international media.
  • (Report - Sofia News Agency)
  • The silver drachma, showing a soldier and a horse on one face and bearing a royal seal on the other, was put on sale and the Greek police were alerted by an anonymous letter in September 2009, the daily Ta Nea said.
  • (Greece - Independent Online)
  • The silver drachma, showing a soldier and a horse on one face and bearing a royal seal on the other, was put on sale and the Greek police were alerted by an anonymous letter in September 2009, the daily newspaper Ta Nea said.
  • (Times of Malta)
  • after Dow Jones News reported a rumour that the IMF and EU will refuse to contribute any further towards Greece's rescue. The latest on this saga is a comment from an anonymous Greek official who said a final offer will be tabled on 13 February.
  • (FXStreet.com)

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