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Emgoldex. We are trusted in Greece!

Emgoldex. We are trusted in Greece!


The Confernce in Athens gathered clients from various countries

The Confernce in Athens gathered clients from various countries


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Greatest businessman conference! How to get rich in Greece?

In Greece, in the northern capital of the sunny republic Thessaloniki, on 14 and 15 December the company held a large Emgoldex conference, dedicated to the end of the current year and the plans for the coming 2014. The Emgoldex Conference took place in the famous Art hotel «Les Razaristes» in a luxurious hall, located on the top floor of the hotel with a ..... Be sure to read the news to the end >>>here<<<

Athens Burns As Hellenic Parliament Votes Yes To New Austerity Bills

athensThe cradle of western civilization, the ancient centre of Athens, is burning as a majority of Greek MPs voted yes to new austerity bills. More than 40 historic buildings are burning to the ground, including the one housing the Bank of Cyprus in the city.

World's Longest Submarine Electricity Cable To Be Built Between Israel, Cyprus, Greece

The EuroAsia Interconnector, the world's longest submarine electricity cable reaching 540 nautical miles at a depth of 2000 meters and delivering 2000 MW, is set to be built between Israel, Cyprus and Greece, according to a new agreement signed on March 4th in Haifa.

Who Burned Athens?

athens burningMost of the 100,000 protestors that took to the centre of Athens Sunday night to protest new austerity measures bills were peaceful, but among them there were a few vandals with masks who tried to burn the city centre.

Who these people are has been debated since May 2010 when they first appeared, causing destruction and the deaths of 3 adults, including a pregnant woman.  

Today Athens police gave a list of nationalities, ages and other information for those masked vandals arrested for Sunday night’s events. One third of them are foreigners. 

According to police, 53 of those arrested are Greek nationals and 26 are foreigners, including: nine Albanians, four Algerians, one Tunisian, one Moor, two Romanians, two Poles, one Afghan, a Moldovan, four Palestinians and one Iraqi.
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