The Greek Crisis-High Deficits Projected

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Dr. John Psarouthakis,
Executive Editor www.BusinessThinker.com and Founder and CEO www.jpmcenter.com

With a strong pro statist established system, non-competitive economy and high level of non productive costs, it is not much of a surprise that Greece projects such large national deficits!!!!!!The government must get out of the “talking” mode and begin to take actions to restructure the economy and quickly.

The additional debt for covering the projected deficits will increase further the national debt and economically “enslave” Greece for a lot nore years!!! Positive, real actions needed now, Greece does not need ideologies at this dire economic times.

I’ll be glad to suggest solutions based on my experience if Mr..Tsipras would like to listen but not ideologies. I have dealt with reality for a very long time under many adverse cnditions and learned that ideologies are good for an evening’s conversation and that’s all.

A better deal for Greece is possible

By Barry Eichengreen, Peter Allen & Gary Evans

in ekathimerini.gr  Greece,  July 27, 20156

Greece’s debt is unsustainable. The International Monetary Fund has said so, and it’s hard to find anyone who disagrees. The Greek government sees structural reform without debt reduction as politically and economically toxic. The main governing party, SYRIZA, has made debt reduction a central plank of its electoral platform and will find it hard to hold on to power — much less implement painful structural measures — absent this achievement.

Moreover, tax increases and spending cuts by themselves will only deepen the Greek slump. Other measures are needed to attract the investment required to jump-start growth. Reducing the debt and its implicit claim on future incomes is an obvious first step.

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The Future of Transportation?

Peter DiamandisDr. Peter H. Diamandis is a Greek American engineer, physician, and entrepreneur best known for being the founder and chairman of the X PRIZE Foundation, the co-founder and chairman of Singularity University and the co-author of the New York Times bestseller Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think

Four revolutions in transportation are taking place this decade.

In 2011, Peter Thiel famously said, “We wanted flying cars, instead we got 140 characters…”

Guess what? The flying car is coming, and so is a heck of a lot more.

I want to explore the latest developments in:

–Autonomous Vehicles

–Telepresence Robots & Virtual Worlds

–Hyperloop

–Point-to-Point Aerial Transport

–Each of these will change where we live, work and interact.

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