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Greece's OPAP sale at risk of legal challenge

Mar 26 2013

LONDON/ATHENS The flagship sale of the Greek government's stake in betting monopoly OPAP is being challenged by two of the potential buyers, who say the sale is not being run fairly.

Greece's OPAP sale at risk of legal challenge

Mar 26 2013

LONDON/ATHENS, March 26 The flagship sale of the Greek government's stake in betting monopoly OPAP is being challenged by two of the potential buyers, who say the sale is not being run fairly.

Insight - Greek central banker's big pay-off

Oct 11 2012

Athens The governor of the Bank of Greece was given a severance payment of 3.4 million euros (2.7 million pounds) when he left his former employer, a major bank that he now regulates, documents seen by Reuters show.

Insight: Greek central banker's big pay-off

Oct 11 2012

Athens The governor of the Bank of Greece was given a severance payment of 3.4 million euros when he left his former employer, a major bank that he now regulates, documents seen by Reuters show.

INSIGHT - Greek central banker's big pay-off

Oct 11 2012

Athens The governor of the Bank of Greece was given a severance payment of 3.4 million euros when he left his former employer, a major bank that he now regulates, documents seen by Reuters show.

Special Report: Clandestine loans were used to fortify Greek bank

Jul 16 2012

ATHENS The chairman of one of Greece's largest banks and his family took out loans totaling more than 100 million euros to finance an undisclosed stake in the bank, according to audit documents seen by Reuters.

Special Report - How a Greek bank infected Cyprus

Jun 13 2012

ATHENS/NICOSSIA Like many Greek tycoons these days, Andreas Vgenopoulos is in trouble.

Special Report: How a Greek bank infected Cyprus

Jun 13 2012

ATHENS/NICOSSIA Like many Greek tycoons these days, Andreas Vgenopoulos is in trouble.

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