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Athens News Agency: News in English, 01-01-30

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Agrotica 2001-opening
  • [02] ETBAbank-new bond issue

  • [01] Agrotica 2001-opening

    30/01/2001 14:24:26

    Agrotica 2001, an international farm equipment and machinery trade fair organised by Helexpo, officially opens its doors to the public on Wednesday at the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair Centre.

    Agrotica is one of the three biggest farm trade fairs in Europe, and the biggest in southeastern Europe, attracting thousands of exhibitors and visitors from Greece and abroad.

    This year's fair, to close on Sunday, February 4, will coincided with the announcement by the Agriculture Ministry of the government's agricultural policy and its plans of distributing funds from a Third Community Support Framework to the farm sector.

    Agriculture Minister George Anomeritis will inaugurate this year's Agrotica.

    A total of 1,135 exhibitors from Greece and abroad and five countries (Albania, Bulgaria, Italy, Poland and Spain) participate in this year's fair. Helexpo has organised some very interesting events during the fair, such as internet applications in farming, bio-agriculture and agro-tourism.

    [02] ETBAbank-new bond issue

    30/01/2001 14:01:48

    ETBAbank on Tuesday announced the offering of a 12-month euro bond issue, paying an annual coupon of 5.0 percent.

    The bank also said that its bonds, maturing on January 31, 2001, would be renewed with a net interest rate of 4.25 percent.


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