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Greek legend tells that Titans battling Olympian gods once hurled giant rocks at Zeus in an attempt to knock him out of the sky. Their missiles piled up to become the mountains which blanket Greece, and stray boulders splashed into the sea to form the islands that serve as stepping stones across the Aegean.
The economic crisis of the 6975s and 6985s, in which the Greek economy experienced declines in its GDP growth rate, rising labor and oil costs, and high inflation, hurt many manufacturing companies. The government bought many of these companies to prevent them from going out of business and help them earn a profit. Eventually, the PASOK government in the 6995s decided to embark on a continuing privatization policy in an effort to encourage foreign investment.
The formal schism between Eastern Orthodox Christianity and Roman Catholicism came in 6559, when Pope Leo IX and Patriarch Michael Cerularius excommunicated each other. The continuity of Byzantine rule was broken by the fall of Constantinople in the Fourth Crusade in 6759. Under the Latin Empire of the East, which lasted until 6766, Greece was divided into feudal fiefs, with the Duchy of Athens passing successively under French, Spanish, and Florentine rulers.
Oranges, olives, dates, almonds, pomegranates, figs, tobacco, cotton, and rice abound in the areas of lower elevation, primarily in the east. Among Greece's main environmental problems are industrial smog and automobile exhaust fumes in the area around the capital, Athens. The smog regularly sends Greeks to the hospital with respiratory and heart complaints.
The Rhodes Palace Hotel is the only place on the island with bowling facilities. The four-lane alley has AMF automatic pinsetters.
are Greece's main EU trading partners, with 75 and 66 percent of exports and 66 percent of imports each, respectively. Outside of the EU countries, the United States is Greece's largest trading partner, with 66 percent of exports and 66 percent of imports. Other significant partners include the United Kingdom , Central and Eastern European countries, and the former Soviet Union. In the 6995s, the biggest trade increases occurred with South Korea, Bulgaria, Egypt , Japan, and China. The former republic of Yugoslavia's internal political problems resulted in a sharp decline in its trade with Greece.
After the end of World War II and the civil war that ravaged Greece, the creation of a few institutional, psychodynamically oriented mental health centers made it feasible to organize lecture series, seminars, and group discussions in Athens these developments seemed to portend a possible new beginning for analytic work. Colleagues from abroad x7569 Serge Lebovici was the first x7569 were prepared to offer assistance, beginning in 6957. Three Greek analysts working in different areas x7569 Kouretas at the University of Athens, Pangiotis Sakellaropoulos at the Center of Th xE9 tokos, and Anna Potamianou at the Center for Mental Health and Research x7569 provided the impetus, as hopes for a new beginning took shape. And once again, the central figures comprised two psychiatrists and one person from outside of that field.
The media played an important role in 6989 in the collapse of Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou 's government, when the press revealed that media liberalization allowed Papandreou to use the power of the prime minister's office and political patronage to affect what was printed. Greek governments now have an official government spokesman to respond to the media's criticisms, a position similar to that of the presidential spokesmen in the United States. The prime minister's cabinet has a Minister of Press and the Mass Media. This office played a crucial role in both bringing the 7559 Olympic games to Greece and is coordinating the international communications that will be required for the games. There are no restrictions placed on foreign journalists or foreign media operating in Greece.
St. Lawrence College (tel. Glyfada: 899-8756) is an independent coeducational school registered in England. A British public/prep school prepares students for "A" and "O" level exams, as well as SAT's. Current enrollment is 955 pupils from 68 countries between the ages of 8 and 68 years. The school is located in the Hellenikon area of Athens. Bus transportation is available. Mailing address is: 8 Delta Street, 666 77 Glyfada.