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  • Taking over China

    Taking over China

    Since many economists suggest that an increase in exports of Greek products could be the only way out of the country's economic crisis, could it be that olive oil, Greek whine and traditional sweets can be marketable in such large markets as that of China and appeal to previously untouched by Greek tradition populations such as the relatively newly established Chinese middle-class? The New Files' Marianna Kakaounaki takes up a long journey starting from the remote olive groves of Crete only to follow a team of Greek producers and businessmen in their endeavors to find buyers for their traditional products as far away as Beijing. 

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  • No pension

    No pension

    The New Files' Tasos Telloglou reveals for the first time the impossible situation thousands of repatriated Greeks from the Soviet Union and the Northern Epirus have been brought into after the dramatic move of the Greek government  to cut their pensions during the latest round of austerity cuts.    

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  • The Hellenic Navy and the economic crisis

    The Hellenic Navy and the economic crisis

    The New File's Sofia Papaioannou investigates how Greece's armed forces and especially its naval forces are taking a hit by the economic crisis. In a series of exclusive interviews with Admiral Kosmas Christidis, who just recently stepped down from his role as Chief of the Hellenic Navy General Staff and former Commander in Chief of Hellenic Fleet Vice Admiral Konstantinos Mazarakis-Enian Sofia Papaioannou tells the untold story of the toll the crisis has taken on the Greek navy's celebrated motto "Great is the country that controls the sea." For the first time in Greek history a sitting Chief of the Hellenic Navy General Staff, Vice Admiral Evangelos Apostolakis speaks on camera to the New Files about his efforts to m...

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  • The cost of energy

    The cost of energy

    The New File's Tasos Telloglou investigates why a great number of Greek businesses and Greek workers are not only hit by the crisis but are also being put out of work due to the high prices Greece has to pay for natural gas. 

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  • The mystery of the Argentinian default - Part B

    The mystery of the Argentinian default - Part B
    The New Files present a two-part documentary examining the parallels between Greece's debt crisis and the most highly debated crisis within Greece, that of Argentina's economy in 2001. The New Files' Eleni Varvitsioti travels to Argentina and meets with all the protagonists of 2001 meltdown, investigates the looting, the hunger and the challenges Argentinians were faced with in 2001 as well as the current state of Argentina's economy. In a series of exclusive interviews with - among others - former President of the country Fernando De la Rua, whose famous leaving the Casa Rosada with an Air Force helicopter became the iconic image of the Argentinian crisis, Mario Blejer, former Central banker of Argentina who was tas...

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