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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Athens Newspaper Headlines (Wednesday edition)

The Wednesday edition of Athens ' dailies at a glance

Significant losses at the Athens Stock Exchange over the last six months, supposed changes in the price of pharmaceuticals as well as an education ministry draft law eyeing alternative ways of entering Greece 's scores of colleges and technological institutes mostly dominated the headlines on Wednesday in Athens ' newspapers.

ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Chaos over public agencies' staff - What the census revealed".

APOGEVMATINI: "Entrance into universities via credits system".

AVGHI: "Memorandum gnawing at GDP".

AVRIANI: "Main opposition New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras attacks nepotism".

CHORA: "Medicines, water rates will go up".

ELEFTHEROS: "People openly despise two mainstream political parties ".

ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Samaras ultimatum to Thessaloniki prefect Panagiotis Psomiadis: No nepotism".

ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Pensions for sale".

ESTIA: " Greece sends away (best) Greeks".

ETHNOS: "Bonus to private colleges' graduates".

IMERISSIA: "ASE listed companies in a vice".

KATHIMERINI: "Unprecedented damage to listed companies - 1.37 billion euros in losses".

LOGOS: "Government reshuffle rumors return".

NAFTEMPORIKI: "Recession-afflicted profits of listed companies".

NIKI: "Greeks' purchasing power returns to 1984".

RIZOSPASTIS: "Education ministry's new bill aims to offer cheap workers for big capital".

TA NEA: "Up to 60 percent reduction in medicine prices".

TO VIMA: "University entry without exams".

VRADYNI: "Tax amnesty"

More details on page of APE-MPE |

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