Europe’s taxi drivers have declared an unyielding fight against corruption, entanglement and the degradation of their profession. The joint conference took place in Athens and highlighted all the points that unite Europe’s taxi drivers, such as, among others, the unfair competition from rental cars with a driver, see Uber, and the illegal practices of Europe’s applications. their. Thymios Lymberopoulos, known from the struggles of the “yellow revolutionary”, flashed and thundered, talking about the leading role of the SATA board in all actions.
They don’t have time…
What is happening this year in nightclubs will never happen again. For the festive days, there is not even a bar stool on the big pistes. Things with the reservations so far seem to be loosening up after January 12, 2023. And of course, with such demand, the minimum consumption has skyrocketed! At the revue, dance floor tables reach 6,000 euros. We assume that the electronic mechanisms will also have jobs with tassels.
The expensive spirit of Christmas
What is emerging is that retail is picking up a lot of speed, with stores that have the “advantage” of being located in high-income neighborhoods no better shielded as luxury shopping shows no signs of flinching from inflation. In the most popular districts – which are already recording serious losses in the real economy – entrepreneurs, especially small and medium-sized businesses, have probably discounted that this year’s festive turnover will not bring only cash to the coffers. Accuracy always touches otherwise the lowest incomes and decorated shop windows, this is underlined.
Yannos Kontopoulos “does a lot”
Whoever gets burned in the porridge also blows the yogurt and because the memories are fresh in the Stock Exchange from the last shadows like Folli Follie and Creta Farms, the managing director Yiannis Kontopoulos created a war room. It is a platform in which the members of the A.A. that filter information and publications about companies that there is background on the course of their operations. became the first thing that Mr. Kontopoulos did since he took office last April.