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    1. If a generous sovereign from Mars came down and paid off every penny of Greece's debt tomorrow, the fundamentals of the European crisis would not be altered.
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    2. Greece said it could not meet its deficit target for the rescue plan and I think that was a significant input.
      In Oil slips near to $102
    3. Trade has been flat. The geopolitical tension in Iran and concerns over Greece's debt default are driving oil in different directions. This has helped oil to hold steady.
      In Oil near $99
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    2. MTN Selects Intracom Telecom's Point-to-Multipoint System for Its Network Advancement

      Explore PR Newswire (Nov 12 2013)

      Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunications systems vendor, announced today the signing of a Frame Agreement with MTN, a world-class telecommunication services provider operating in 22 countries across Africa, Middle East and Asia, to supply its innovative Point-to-Multipoint wireless system, WiBAS.

      Intracom Telecom's WiBAS system will enable MTN operators to decrease their annual spending on fees for operating frequencies, reduce the expenses for site rental and enhance their network coverage, and offer high-quality, reliable broadband services to its corporate subscribers across MTN's countries of operation.

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      Mentions:   Greece   Africa   Asia

    3. Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 and the European Financial Crisis

      Explore space for transparency (Dec 6 2012)

      Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 and the European Financial Crisis ...ght: sharing this rank with Bosnia and Herzegovina and Sao Tome and Principe, just before Bulgaria. In fact, Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal, at the centre of the Euro crisis, were the four worst ranked countries in ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Greece   Italy

    4. Foreign bribery prosecutions on the rise

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Sep 5 2012)

      ...t change. Concerns lie with Japan, which has brought less than 10 criminal prosecutions forward while Mexico, Greece and South Africa are among the 18 countries are yet to bring any major criminal charges. TI said govern... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece   Mexico   Japan

    5. Firms urged to prepare for eurozone break-up

      Explore BBC - Homepage (Aug 10 2012)

      Firms urged to prepare for eurozone break-up ...alysts, led by Carla Antunes da Silva, calculated that the biggest impact from a so-called Grexit, an exit of Greece from the Eurozone, on 11 European banks' investment banking departments would stem from counterparty lo... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece   European Union   European Central Bank

    6. Supply Chain Managers Should Keep Watchful Eye on Energy

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jun 27 2012)

      ...e Eurozone, Moody’s has downgraded France’s credit rating, and bond yields across the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece and Sepain) have skyrocketed. As borrowing becomes more expensive, the only choices that are available ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece   Japan   France

    7. Supply Chain Managers Must Deal With Tepid Global Growth

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jun 25 2012)

      ...eal deteriorating business confidence, rising unemployment, and declining domestic and export orders. Cyprus, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom are already in recession. Sev... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece   United Kingdom   Germany

    8. Greece calls for tax cuts, other help

      Explore iol.co.za (Jun 24 2012)

      ... to engulf Italy and Spain, the euro zone’s third and fourth-largest economies, respectively. Inspectors from Greece’s “troika” of lenders – the EU, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund – were due in Ath... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   IMF   Greece

    9. 2013 – What flavour will the future be?

      Explore procurement-iu.com (Jun 20 2012)

      2013 – What flavour will the future be? ...ng, but it is important to remember that many economies have only just recovered from the previous recession. Greece has been in continuous recession for the past five years. Few self-respecting procurement organisations... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece

    10. Accounting and Systemic Risk

      Explore Columbia Business School (Apr 30 2012)

      ...king to Doron's earlier comment: we are a global economy. Can we know what is going on in a bank in China? Or Greece? It's an unbelievable challenge. BH: The technology exists to do it, but you have to get constant, cons... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   England   Walmart   Greece

    11. Managing The Many Faces of Global Supply Risk

      Explore spendradar.com (Mar 7 2012)

      ...er, plan and manage around both types. In this age of austerity, one only needs to look as far as the U.S. or Greece to see the global economic impact that a single country’s economy can have on an entire region, nation ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Toyota   Greece   Japan

    12. Anglo JV stunts competition - Uk watchdog

      Explore fin24.com (Feb 21 2012)

      ... creation. "We have to do the best we can. This is our sacred human responsibility." --  Albert Einstein   So Greece got the 2 nd bailout approved. Why did they need a second bailout; because they have not adhered to sav... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   Greece   Britain

    13. UK Government urges SMEs to embrace e-invoicing

      Explore sharedserviceslink.com (Feb 8 2012)

      ...from the invoice date, although durations varied from country to country, from 22 days in China to 83 days in Greece. Switching to electronic invoicing in those countries were payment delays are particularly long could m... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece   China

    14. Brent crude edges higher

      Explore iol.co.za (Jan 31 2012)

      ...ce Minister Luc Frieden said Greece and private creditors were close to a debt deal. “We've heard this out of Greece and the euro zone before and after the weak US data it just wasn't enough to keep oil at the early high... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Greece   New York

    15. Oil near $99

      Explore iol.co.za (Jan 30 2012)

      Oil near $99 ... Oil fell to nearly $99 a barrel Monday in Asia amid fresh concerns that the eurozone may refuse to grant Greece a fresh bailout. Benchmark crude for March delivery was down 42 cents at $99.14 a barrel at midday Ku... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Greece   Asia   Germany

    16. Transnet breached regulations - report

      Explore fin24.com (Jan 25 2012)

      ...ic Greek debt default. The JSE took a pause from a run of record highs as worries about a possible default by Greece dampened investor sentiment. Impala Platinum says a strike by drill operators at its Rustenburg operati... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Greece   European Union

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