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2012-11-28

A court will decide tomorrow whether the European Central Bank should release files on how Greece used derivatives to hide its debt

European Court to Rule Over ECB’s Secret Greek File

A court will decide tomorrow whether the European Central Bank should release files on how Greece used derivatives to hide its debt

Bloomberg, Nov 28, 2012

Bloomberg News sued the ECB in December 2010 to obtain the documents under European Union freedom-of-information rules.

The papers may illuminate the role the central bank played as Greece covered up its deficit for almost a decade before seeking a 240 billion-euro ($311 billion) bailout and the biggest debt restructuring in history.

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Han som då var chef för Greklands motsvarighet rill Riksgälden, var den som talade hos SNS och förklarade att allt var på rätt väg, och som jag då skrattade åt helt ostentativt. om uttrycket tillåts. 

Papanicolaou and his predecessor, Christoforos Sardelis,
revealing details for the first time of a contract that helped Greece
mask its growing sovereign debt to meet European Union requirements
Bloomberg, 6 March 2012

“The Goldman Sachs deal is a very sexy story between two sinners,” Sardelis, who oversaw the swap as head of Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency from 1999 through 2004, said in an interview.

http://www.nejtillemu.com/greklandphase3.html#0312pap


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