The government on Thursday went on the defensive following the Council of State’s rejection of its flagship auction of television licenses, calling on the political opposition to participate in an attempt to convene the cross-party National Broadcasting Council (ESR), the media regulator, on Monday.A week before the final deadline for the closure of TV stations operating without license, the State Council came to the rescue, all but destroying the Greek government’s plans to regulate the media sector. The high court ruled against the process, deeming it unconstitutional, due to the bypassing of the official governing agency, the National Council of Broadcasting, in favor of the Secratariat of Information and Communication, which is overseen by Minister of State Nikos Pappas. The ruling is seen as a major blow to the government and its rhetoric of ending years of entitlement and corruption that allowed for private television channels to broadcast with temporary licenses, or with no license whatsoever. The ministry auctioned four licenses for nation-wide broadcasting, which were sold to four businessmen, in a now infamous bidding process that saw all potential station owners (many among whom were already operating TV channels), enclosed in the General Secratariat building for three days, with no means of contacting each other, or communicating with those outside. The losing bidders were faced with the obligation of shutting down, within weeks after the bidding. The Greek government was content with this process, which was seen not only as a way to finally end a long period of illegal broadcasting, but also a way to bring €246 million to the state coffers. The government pledged to allocate the funds for the relief of those in need and to revive social services. In her official statement, government spokesperson Olga Gerovasili appeared to be very emotional and irritated by the turn of events, attacking the the court for finding Greece’s first two bailout programs and a private sector debt restructuring in 2012 constitutional while deeming the government’s auction unconstitutional. The fees the winning channels paid that the government would be obliged to return will deprive children of places at kindergartens and school meals, she said, referring to the social welfare initiatives on which the government had planned to spend the proceeds of the auction. More importantly, the ruling is seen as a lifeline for the status quo, which the same court had also ruled as unconstitutional. After initially planning to introduce a new bill that would provide temporary licenses to all TV stations for a limited period of time, the Greek government is now moving forward with another way to tackle the State Council’s ruling: assembling the Parliament, in order to convene the National Broadcasting Service. Dismantled after the end of its members’ terms, the independent authority remained inactive, as the opposition party has been steadily refusing to participate in the parliamentary process of appointing members for the council. According to analysts, this stalling process was orchestrated along with the TV station owners, to undermine the government’s plan to introduce a law for the operation of private television, after 27 years of anarchy. “It will now be clear if ND really does have objection as regards institutional issues or if it just doesn’t want the auction to happen and the current regime to be extended,” a source close to Alexis Tsipras said, referring to New Democracy. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Yamaha PDX-11 : une alvéole sonore qui “pulse”Habituée aux produits audio plutôt classieux tant sur le coté technique que sur le versant esthétique, Yamaha sort des sentiers battus pour proposer le PDX-11, un dock Ipod/Iphone puissant qui se fera d’abord remarquer par un look plutôt…Atypique.Une poignée de métal, une grille de protection imposante, et une apparence en alvéole très originale : le dernier produit de Yamaha, le PDX-11, veut marquer les esprits.À lire aussiAudiOffice : un dock avec haut-parleurs et combiné téléphoniqueEquipé d’un woofer (basse) 4 pouces et un tweeter (haut-parleur pour les sons aigus) 3/8 pouces, le PDX-11 assure une qualité sonore efficace. Alimenté par 6 piles AA, il pourra atteindre jusqu’à 8 heures d’autonomie en marche. Équipé d’une télécommande pour plus de confort, le Yamaha PDX-11 possède une connectique pour l’iPhone ou l’iPod et dispose également d’une prise jack 3.5mm pour pouvoir lui connecter un baladeur MP3 autre que celui d’Apple.Aucun prix n’est actuellement affiché pour le marché européen, mais un tarif de 100 dollars (un peu plus de 70 euros) semble annoncé outre atlantique.Le 5 novembre 2011 à 17:23 • Maxime Lambert
Fukushima : l’OMS confirme la hausse du risque de cancer à proximité de la centraleDeux ans après la catastrophe nucléaire de Fukushima, l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) annonce que le risque de contracter un cancer a augmenté au sein de la population des zones les plus contaminées mais pas au-delà. Pour l’ONG Greenpeace, l’OMS “sous-estime honteusement” l’impact des radiations.Alors que le Japon commémorera dans quelques jours le triste anniversaire du séisme de 2011, l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) a dévoilé une nouvelle étude réalisée dans les zones proches de Fukushima mais au-delà d’un rayon de 20 km autour de la centrale accidentée. Celle-ci s’est plus précisément intéressée aux risques de cancers et a conclu qu’il n’y avait aucune hausse dans les zones éloignées, pas plus au Japon que dans les pays voisins. Dans ce rapport, l’OMS indique ainsi que “les risques sont faibles pour la population en général au Japon et à l’extérieur du Japon et aucune augmentation observable dans les taux de cancer n’est anticipée”. Suite à cette publication, Greenpeace a aussitôt réagi en déclarant que “le rapport de l’OMS sous-estime honteusement l’impact des premières radiations de la catastrophe de Fukushima sur les personnes présentes à l’intérieur de la zone d’évacuation d’un rayon de 20 kilomètres, et qui n’ont pas été capables de partir rapidement”. Le Dr Rianne Teule, expert de Greenpeace en matière de radiation nucléaire estime que “ce rapport est à considérer comme une déclaration politique pour protéger l’industrie nucléaire et non pas comme un travail scientifique axé sur la santé des personnes”. Néanmoins, le rapport de 166 pages indique tout de même que “les risques de cancers ont augmenté dans certaines catégories de la population de la préfecture de Fukushima et une surveillance à long terme est nécessaire”. Des risques de cancer en hausse de 4% à côté de la centrale Ainsi, selon l’OMS, dans la zone la plus contaminée, à proximité de la centrale, les risques de cancer ont augmenté de 4% par rapport aux taux normaux (notamment chez les femmes et les enfants de moins d’un an). Plus en détail, les risques de cancer du sein ont augmenté de 6% chez les femmes et les filles, ceux d’une leucémie de 7% chez les hommes et les nourrissons. Le cancer de la thyroïde a augmenté lui de 70% chez les femmes et les enfants de moins de un an tandis que le taux de risque de développer ce cancer passe de 0,75% à 1,25%. Les risques sont deux fois moins importants en dehors de cette zone. “Le fait d’évacuer très vite la population dès l’accident a été la meilleure mesure de santé publique prise par les autorités japonaises”, a estimé jeudi le Dr Maria Neira, directrice du département de la santé publique et de l’environnement de l’OMS. Un tiers des ouvriers risquent de développer un cancer À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?En revanche, bien sûr, ce sont les ouvriers qui ont travaillé à l’intérieur de la centrale qui sont les plus exposés. L’organisation juge qu’un tiers d’entre eux risque de développer un cancer. “Quelques travailleurs qui ont inhalé des quantités significatives d’iode radioactif pourraient développer des troubles non cancéreux de la thyroïde”, ajoute de plus le rapport.De son côté, le Japon a vivement contesté ces conclusions en argumentant que “ces calculs ont été basés sur l’hypothèse que les gens ont continué de vivre dans cette zone et de manger de la nourriture interdite. Mais ce n’est pas le cas, a expliqué à l’AFP un responsable du ministère de l’Environnement. Le 1 mars 2013 à 13:17 • Maxime Lambert
On August 18, a memorial plaque will be unveiled in Iceland, at the site of a former glacier that is the first to be declared “dead” due to the climate crisis.Okjökull was an iconic glacier, which a century ago covered 5.8 square miles of mountainside in western Iceland and measured 164 feet thick. It has melted away throughout the 20th century, shrinking to barely 10 square feet of ice less than 49 feet deep. It was declared dead in 2014.Okjökull glacier on September 7, 1986. (Photo Credit: NASA Earth Observatory) Stay on target Amazon Employees Join Sept. 20 Global Climate WalkoutResearchers Transform CO2 Into Liquid Fuel The NASA Earth Observatory recently released incredible satellite images showing glacier during the latter part of its decline, on September 7, 1986 and August 1, 2019. The images were acquired with the Thematic Mapper (TM) on Landsat 5, and the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8.In the 1986 image, the dome-shaped Okjökul glacier appears as a solid-white patch, just north of the snow-filled crater. Snow is also visible around the glacier’s edges. In the August 2019 image, only a spattering of thin ice patches remain.Okjökull glacier on August 1, 2019. (Photo Credit: NASA Earth Observatory)“Notice the areas of blue meltwater, which are likely associated with the mass of warm air that hit Iceland as it moved from mainland Europe to Greenland in late July,” said a NASA Earth Observatory blog post.A glacier is defined as a persistent mass of compacted ice that accumulates more mass each winter than it loses through summer melt and is constantly moving under its own weight. When this ceases to be the case, the remains are known as “dead ice.”Okjökull, also called Ok (jökull is Icelandic for “glacier”), was part of the Langjökull group — one of Iceland’s eight regional groupings of glaciers, according to NASA. Ice covers about 10 percent of the island, making it an integral part of the landscape.The memorial and unveiling ceremony next week will be led by researchers from Rice University in Houston, Texas, a leading Icelandic author, Andri Snær Magnason, and the geologist Oddur Sigurðsson.The memorial plaque for Okjökull, which will be dedicated on August 18. (Photo Credit: Rice University)“In the next 200 years, all our glaciers are expected to follow the same path,” the plaque will read, in Icelandic and English. “This monument is to acknowledge that we know what is happening and what needs to be done. Only you know if we did it.”According to the Guardian, the memorial will also carry the words “415ppm CO2”, referring to the record-breaking level of 415 parts per million of carbon dioxide recorded in the atmosphere in May this year.Rice University anthropologist Cymene Howe said the monument will be the first dedicated to a glacier lost to climate change anywhere in the world. “By marking Ok’s passing, we hope to draw attention to what is being lost as Earth’s glaciers expire.”Experts expect all of Iceland’s 400-plus glaciers to disappear by 2200.“These bodies of ice are the largest freshwater reserves on the planet and frozen within them are histories of the atmosphere,” said Howe. “They are also often important cultural forms that are full of significance.”In 2018, Howe and fellow Rice University anthropologist Dominic Boyer produced a documentary “Not OK” about the glacier. The film is narrated by former Reykjavík Mayor Jón Gnarr.Watch This Next: Scientists Record, Try to Explain Currents Shifts in Antarctic Sea Ice SizesMore on Geek.com:Greenland’s Fastest Melting Glacier Is Growing Again (For Now)42 Stunning Images of Snow and Ice on Earth From SpaceMelting Glaciers Expose Dead Bodies on Mount Everest
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi speaks a press conference at a city hotel on Monday. Photo: Prothom AloRohingya crisis’ origin, solution lie in Myanmar: UNHCR chiefUNB . DhakaUN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on Monday reiterated its position saying both the origin of and the solution to the Rohingya crisis lie in Myanmar.”The origin of this crisis and the solution to this crisis both lie in Myanmar…,” he told a press conference at a city hotel.Referring to prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s stance, Filippo Grandi said she clearly told him that the solution to this problem is the voluntary return of these people to their own country (Myanmar) and he also agreed with her.”I’ll add [what we always attach to repatriation process] in safety and dignity or in a safe manner and dignified manner. I think, there’s no intention to force them or push them back in a manner which is not safe and dignified,” he said.According to the UN’s latest figure, some 436,000 Rohingyas fled violence in Rakhine to Bangladesh this time, he mentioned.Grandi said the root cause of Rohingya crisis is lack of citizenship and stateless people who do not have citizenship.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees arrived in Bangladesh on Saturday and visited Kutupalong Refugee camp and other areas along the border where Rohingya people have made their own shelters.”Their situation remains desperate and we risk a dramatic deterioration if aid is not rapidly stepped up,” he said.He thanked prime minister Sheikh Hasina and Bangladesh for keeping its borders open to receive these refugees. “We need to recognise publicly the hospitality of Bangladesh. Bangladesh has hosted Rohingya refuges again… So, the first responders have been the people of Bangladesh. We want to thank them for this gesture.”He urged the Myanmar government to stop violence in Rakhine. “The important request to the government of Myanmar that violence has to be stopped and access by humanitarian organisations like mine has to be restored.””I talked to the people who had experienced the most unimaginable horrors. They had seen villages burned down, families shot or hacked to death, women and girls brutalised,” he said.Many of the refugees said they would like to go home, but that needs an end to violence, and a restoration of rights inside Myanmar, he added.”The report issued in August by the Rakhine Advisory Commission, led by Kofi Annan, provides an important roadmap for addressing the root causes that have contributed to the current crisis,” said Grandi.He said the influx of Rohingya refugees is currently the fastest growing refugee movement in the region and probably around the world. “Perhaps, the Rohingya crisis has a unique feature that this people are not just refugees but also stateless.”Replying to a question over Bangladesh government’s proposal to create a ‘safe zone’ for Rohingyas in Rakhine, the UNHCR chief said it is a very complex exercise.Noting that there are only two choices basically for creating a safe zone, he said either the government concerned has to decide to establish a safe zone and ensure safety or the international community will have to intervene in or force another country to create a safe zone.”This is a very complex exercise…my point is different from the humanitarian point of view, we want safety in general in Rakhine state…They (Rohingyas) won’t go back without the guarantee of safety.”He said the government has voluntarily started registering Rohingya refugees without support from the international community. “This is an important exercise. We encourage the government for it… We’re providing technical support to the registration.””What Bangladesh and local communities have done is amazing. But that’s not enough as Rohingya people need more support. The relief network has to get organised, massive and probably durable,” he added.Replying to a question over relocation of Rohingya refugees to Thengarchar in Noakhali, he said the relocation option has to be acceptable to the refugees. “The option for medium term has to be something acceptable to people to go there. Otherwise, it won’t work and people won’t go.”
Three people killed after a paddy-laden truck plunges into a roadside ditch in Shariapur sadar upazila on Saturday night. Photo: UNBThree workers were killed and six others injured as a truck plunged into a roadside ditch in Khelsi area of Shariatpur sadar upazila on Saturday night.The deceased are Md Rahmat Hossain, 40, Naim Hossain, 25, and Idris, 60, from Chetua area in Ashasuni upazila of Satkhira district, reports UNB.The injured workers said that they had come to Shariatpur from Satkhira on 24 April for cultivating paddy.The paddy-laden truck carrying 12 workers plunged into a roadside ditch after its driver lost control over the wheels, leaving three dead on the spot around 10:30am, said Shariatpur fire service and civil defence deputy assistant director Niaz Mohammad.The injured were admitted at Shariatpur Sadar Hospital, he added.
They call it the cafe for bikers. The perfect place to be when you want to take a break from a long drive and tuck in some good food. But well, if you aren’t a biker and all that you have ever done is perch precariously behind someone’s bike – Biker’s Cafe could still be the place for you.Nestled in the B8 market at Vasant Kunj, the cosy cafe is quite a welcome break away from the general buzz of the malls in that area. A little constrained in the number of people they can host inside, the cafe offers a cool set-up outside under big umbrellas. Enjoy the weather and tuck in – not the best option in summer. But the place is going to be a clear hit in winter. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Eye-catching decor inside the cafe – parts of the Royal Enfield adorn the walls and gives it a wonderful laid back feel. Just the place to relax after a long day. Extremely reasonably priced food greeted us much to our surprise. In a posh locality, while the cafe should probably be making most of it since there aren’t others around to compete – Biker’s offers a meal for two in about Rs 500. Impressive!Starters were quite a filler as we got a taste of almost everything – dumplings, spring rolls and some really juicy chicken wings. The mushroom brushchetta get’s our thumbs up. When it comes to main courses – the chicken steak is a must try. The meat is wonderfully cooked and the mashed potatoes are perfect. They have an awesome ginger ale too. But the fire and loaded ice ball was the perfect end. A crust made of corn, museli and egg white covers a ball of ice cream served in a little bed of chocolate sauce in a martini glass. Approved. Head over. You won’t regret it!
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The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Related Content Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 0.00%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more September 18, 2009 – A team of researchers led by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) radiologists has developed a computed-tomography-based protocol that identifies both narrowing of coronary arteries and areas of myocardial ischemia in a single examination, giving a better indication of clinically significant coronary artery disease, said a report appears in the September 15 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.The MGH-led study was designed to see whether a comprehensive cardiac CT examination could incorporate myocardial perfusion studies in both resting and stress situations along with the anatomic data provided by CT angiography. The study enrolled 34 cardiac patients who recently had SPECT stress tests and were likely to also require angiography via cardiac catheterization.Participants first had a cardiac CT taken while receiving an infusion of adenosine, which produces physiologic stress symptoms such as elevated heart rate and blood pressure. When vital signs returned to normal several minutes after the adenosine infusion, a resting cardiac CT was taken. Both of those scans involved the use of contrast material, and to detect areas with little or no contrast agent – indicating restrictions to the myocardial vasculature – a third CT scan was taken 7 minutes later.The accuracy of CT-based perfusion imaging in diagnosing coronary artery narrowing that significantly affected myocardial perfusion was virtually the same as SPECT stress imaging, and the results of coronary CT angiography also compared favorably to those of cardiac catheterization. Because the investigators used new radiation-dose-reduction techniques, the radiation dose of the three CT scans did not exceed the dosage involved in the SPECT stress perfusion study.Ron Blankstein, MD, of the MGH Cardiac MR/PET/CT Program and the Noninvasive Cardiovascular Imaging Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is the lead author of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology paper. Co-authors of the JACC report are Leon Shturman, MD, Ian Rogers, MD, Jose Rocha-Filho, MD, David Okada, MD, Ammar Sarwar, MD, Anand Soni, MD, Brian Ghoshhajra, MD, Milena Petranovic, MD, Ricardo Loureiro, MD, Henry Gewirtz, MD, Udo Hoffmann, MD, MPH, and Thomas Brady, MD, MGH; Hiram Bezerra, MD, Case Wastern Reserve University; Gudrun Feuchtner, MD, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria; and Wilfred Mamuya, MD, PhD, BWH. The study was supported by grants from Astellas Pharma, Inc. and the National Institutes of Health.For more information: www.massgeneral.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Video Player is loading.Pierre Qian explains radiotherapy to ablate VTPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:34Loaded: 2.19%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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₡706 Current The Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP) is reviewing a new fuel-rate hike at the request of Costa Rica’s National Oil Refinery. The hike would increase by ₡22 the per-liter cost of “super” gasoline and diesel, and by ₡29 for “plus” gasoline.If the increase is approved, it would take effect later this month, and drivers would pay ₡746 ($1.48) per liter of “super” gasoline, ₡667 ($1.33) per liter of diesel and ₡735 ($1.46) for “plus” gasoline. Excluding diesel, these would be the highest gas prices in Costa Rican history, followed by prices after the economic crisis of 2008. In August 2008, drivers paid ₡737 ($1.47) for each liter of super. The price of diesel would remain lower than in 2008.ARESEP also reported that another hike request – of ₡9 – is already under analysis and could take effect in May. ₡29 No related posts. Difference ₡724 Diesel ₡22 ₡746 ₡735 Facebook Comments New ₡22 ₡645 Plus Fuel ₡667 Super
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New York, NY – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineRichard Mille extends his use of innovative materials with a new limited edition timepiece for the Americas, the RM 011 Titanium BROWN. The new watch marks the first appearance of a brown case in the Richard Mille collection.Other modern case materials and treatments have already proven popular in the Richard Mille collection, including DLC titanium for a dark black effect, and Titalyt for a matte gray case color. In the RM 011 Titanium BROWN, a PVD treatment on titanium results in a rich metallic brown case. The surprising shade is enhanced by bright orange, which is found on the inner bezel, crown, indicators and strap.The new timepiece features the flyback chronograph functions that are essential to athletes and sports fans alike. Some of the RM 011’s main features, which include major technical innovations, are its skeletonized automatic winding movement with adjustable rotor geometry; 60-minute countdown timer; 12-hour totalizer; annual calendar; and oversize date and month.Only 30 pieces of the new RM 011 Titanium BROWN will be made. The limited edition will be sold at authorized Richard Mille retailers in North and South America, as well as the first Richard Mille boutique in the region, which opens in Beverly Hills, California, this fall.Technical Specifications of the RM 011Titanium BROWN– Skeletonized automatic winding movement– Dimensions: 50.00 mm X 40.00 mm X 16.15 mm– Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, month display between 4 and 5 o’clock, oversize date display at 12 o’clock, flyback chronograph, annual calendar, 60-minute countdown timer, 12-hour totalizer– Rotor with variable geometry– Power reserve: 55 hours (without chronograph running)– Water resistant to 50 meters– Limited edition of 30 pieces– U.S. retail price: $95,000www.richardmilleusa.com
By Stelios OrphanidesHellenic Bank said that its shareholders had on Wednesday passed a €100m capital increase through a rights issue, part of the bank’s agreement to acquire the healthy operations of the Cyprus Cooperative Bank.The shareholders approved a resolution which will allow Poppy SARL, a company affiliated with Pacific Investment Management Company LLC (PIMCO) to participate to contribute further €50m to the capital raise, Hellenic said.The bank’s shareholders also authorised the board to allot to Demetra Investment, which owns 10.1 per cent in Hellenic, all rights that shareholders will not exercise, the bank continued.“The rights will be issued and allocated gratis at a ratio of one right to every one existing ordinary share,” Hellenic said. “Every 25 rights to be exercised will be converted into 18 new ordinary shares of nominal value €0.50 each with an exercise price of €0.70 each”.The bank’s chief executive officer Ioannis Matsis said that “we have every intention to continue the implementation of our strategic targets in an attempt to maximise the bank’s value both for its shareholders, workers, associates and customers”.Hellenic’s strategy aims at a faster reduction of delinquent loans and growth by utilising the bank’s excess liquidity by extending healthy credit, he said.The deal to acquire the Cyprus Cooperative Bank’s operations was struck in June after the state-owned bank’s inability to reduce its non-performing loans fast enough, forced it practically out of business.The bank’s chairman Yussef Nasr said that the deal with the Co-op will strengthen Hellenic Bank, allowing it to further contribute to Cyprus’s economic growth and stability.You May LikeCity BeautyLift Sagging Skin And Jowls Without Surgery (Do This)City BeautyUndoGundry MD | SupplementsTop Cardiologist: It’s Like Giving Your Body A New “Battery”Gundry MD | SupplementsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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