NGK

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NGKNational Geographic Kids (magazine)
NGKNederlandse Gereformeerde Kerk (Dutch Reformed Church; South Africa)
NGKNew Greek
NGKNichiyu Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd. (Japan)
NGKNiet-Gesplitst Krediet (Dutch: Not Split Credit)
NGKNihon Gaishi Kaisha (NGK Insulators, Ltd. Nagoya, Japan)
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But the new Greek government has faced fierce opposition from its European partners, especially the austerity-focused economic powerhouse Germany.
This regards the expected conflicts from the new Greek Government and the international community.
I hope the new beginning of the new Greek government will be combined with the need of Hellenism to gain a voice and power to reclaim its rights," he added.
Dijsselbloem stressed that Europe is prepared to do what is necessary, noting that "a lot" has already been done, provided that the new Greek government respects the agreements made with the previous government.
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He covers early Greek cinema 1905-45, constructing a visual language 1945-60, glory and demise 1960-70, the formalist movement: the inward gaze and the new Greek cinema 1970-80, hope and disenchantment during the 1980s, and the polyphony of the decentered gaze: the Other as cultural hero 1995-2010.
Meanwhile New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras has been officially sworn in as the new Greek Prime Minister.
The Eurogroup therefore looks forward to the swift formation of a new Greek government.
The durability of any new Greek government will be limited due to implementation changes, continuing public opposition to austerity and vested interest opposition to structural reforms and privatization," Bloomberg reported Tina Fordham, senior global political analyst at Citigroup in (http://topics.
It was the first major rally against the new Greek government.
NEW Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos says the country's budget deficit will reach nine per cent of gross domestic product this year, higher than earlier targets.
George Papandreou is trying to form a new Greek government to accept an EU bail-out deal.