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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-06-03

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  • [01] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Tuesday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    The global concern over inflation and spiralling prices and the measures the EU intends to take for the financially weak through specific benefits, the price cuts agreed by eight supermarket chains in Greece, and the violence-marred elections in FYROM in which prime minister Nikola Gruevski was re-elected.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "The changes in retirement ages - Detailed circular for IKA, PPC, OTE, banks employees' social security funds".

    APOGEVMATINI: "Benefits to the poor for the high cost of living - Red alert in the EU of the 27 (member states)".

    AVGHI: "Small basket from the 'gentlemen's agreements' - Governmental communications trick without result".

    AVRIANI: "PASOK in state of dissolution - GPO opinion poll indicates profuse 'bleeding' of voters, as ND's lead (over PASOK) rises to 3.5 percent in the worst period faced by the government".

    CHORA: "Explosion in prices - Europe worried, takes measures".

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "The election polls gave self-sufficiency to Gruevski, and now we are...face-to-face with Skopje's intransigence".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "The historic Athens center closing (to cars) - Pedestrian walks in waves, while the tram line will extend to Piraeus".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Shocking figures on high cost of living - The supermarkets turned their backs on Folias (development minister and his call for price cuts in staple goods), claiming 'we have small profit margins' ".

    ESTIA: "International worry over inflation, which is running at a global average of 5.5 percent".

    ETHNOS: "The market at the mercy of the cartels - A handful of companies are regulating the prices in the supermarkets".

    KATHIMERINI: "Skopje in state of uncertainty - The incidents and charges (of vote-tampering) in the elections slow down its course to NATO and the EU".

    LOGOS: "Hostages of the high cost of living - Representatives of supermarkets promised Folias price cuts".

    NIKI: "They profited billions of euros, are giving back crumbs - Government-industrialists collusion on price reductions".

    RIZOSPASTIS: "The US demand 'anti-terrorism' statement from Evangelismos Hospital", adding that the US is proceeding with an "overt attempt to mobilise public organisations in Greece" in its "so-called war on terrorism".

    TA NEA: "Poorest, most expensive (Greece, in the EU) and -- a few -- richer", adding that while Greece was the 'champion' in Europe regarding high prices, and particularly in staple goods, food industries' profits skyrocketed to 278 percent.

    TO VIMA: "High prices plaguing society - Major problem for 80 percent of the c itizens - Salaries are disproportionately low given the cost of living".

    VRADYNI: "GPO (opinion poll): 3.5 percentage point lead for ND, but...high cost of living a thorn in its side".

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