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Athens News Agency: News in English, 02-11-22

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] PM Simitis to meet with Dutch counterpart Balkenende
  • [02] UEFA fines Panathinaikos and Fenerbahce for incidents in Istanbul and
  • [03] Business seminar to bring together Portuguese, Greek companies
  • [04] Attica cited as an EU area with highest proportion of doctors
  • [05] Greek stocks end with small losses on Friday

  • [01] PM Simitis to meet with Dutch counterpart Balkenende

    22/11/2002 23:27:04

    Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis will meet with his Dutch counterpart Jan Peter Balkenende on Saturday in The Hague, the acting government spokesman announced on Friday.

    The Greek premier will travel to the Netherlands following his participation at a NATO summit in Prague.

    Asked if Foreign Minister George Papandreou will meet in The Hague with UN special mediator for Cyprus, Alvaro de Soto, spokesman Telemachos Hytiris said no such meeting is planned.

    [02] UEFA fines Panathinaikos and Fenerbahce for incidents in Istanbul and Athens

    22/11/2002 23:21:20

    NION, Switzerland (ANA) - The UEFA disciplinary committee on Friday fined Panathinaikos Athens soccer club 40,000 Swiss francs because its fans threw flares and behaved in an improper manner during the second round, first leg UEFA Cup match with Fenerbahce in Istanbul on October 31.

    The European federation also fined Fenerbahce 65,000 Swiss francs for the throwing of flares by its fans in the same match.

    Panathinaikos was also fined 30,000 Swiss francs because in the second leg match at the ''Apostolos Nikolaidis'' stadium in Athens on November 14, its fans threw flares while rules were violated regarding the number of officials seated at the Greek club's stand.

    For the same match in Athens, Fenerbahce was also fined 1,000 Swiss francs for the conduct of its fans who threw flares.

    [03] Business seminar to bring together Portuguese, Greek companies

    22/11/2002 23:16:39

    A group of Portuguese businessemen will accompany the country's President Jorge Sampaio during his official visit to Greece, December 1-4, to discuss business cooperation with their Greek colleagues.

    On this occassion, the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EBEA) is organising a seminar on Monday, December 2, in cooperation with Portugal's Institute of Exporting Trade (ICEP) on: ''Greece-Portugal: economic challenge and new opportunities in Europe''.

    Greek businesses will have the opportunity to meet with representatives of 48 Portuguese agencies and companies.

    [04] Attica cited as an EU area with highest proportion of doctors

    22/11/2002 23:11:43

    BRUSSELS (ANA/G.Zitouniati) - Attica is one of the European Union's three areas with the highest proportion of doctors in relation to population, Eurostat, the EU's statistics agency, said on Friday.

    A report on the EU's regions said that Attica had 6.4 doctors per 1,000 residents, ranking the prefecture top along with two areas in Belgium.

    [05] Greek stocks end with small losses on Friday

    22/11/2002 16:53:56

    Greek stocks ended the last trading session of the week with small losses, unable to extend their previous day's gains, in the Athens Stock Exchange on Friday.

    The general index fell 0.09 percent to end at 1,858.90 points, with turnover an improved 106.63 million euros.

    The FTSE/ASE 20 index for blue chip and heavy traded stocks eased 0.19 percent, the FTSE/ASE MID 40 index ended 0.44 percent higher and the FTSE/ASE SmallCap 80 index fell 0.26 percent.

    Broadly, decliners led advancers by 161 to 144 with another 58 issues unchanged.


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