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10:27 | 0 | EMportal
Just as parliament ratified a law on cuts in pensions and salaries in both the public and private sectors, without right of arbitration by employees, the income and property tax forms of Greek politicians has in some cases revealed significant, if not impressive, fortunes, including
10:33 | 0 | EMportal
The European Commission proposed new measures Thursday for supervising credit rating agencies, which have been blamed for contributing to world financial turmoil.