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NY Times: give your land if you want to come out of debt

NY Times: give your land if you want to come out of debt
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Τελευταία ενημέρωση: 22.06.2010 | 16:43
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Michael Strauss, a geopolitics professor of the Diplomacy and Strategic studies Center of Paris

has suggested that Greece could grant title privileges of certain parts of its territory, in leasing form, in order to pay off its debts. 

According to Strauss, areas lease is “a method often used by many countries” wishing to pay off their debts. It’s about a mutual profitable agreement since “one of the parties gains valuable funds while the other gains access to crucial living spaces”. He mentions, among others, the example of the Ukrainian naval station in Sevastoupoli which is being leased at the Russian Fleet of the Black Seas in exchange of 30 billion euros. Similar cases are the American Base of Guantanamo in Cuba, the Panama Canal and Hong Kong. 

“There are many countries looking at the possibility of leasing areas in a positive way in Greece, Portugal, Spain as well as other European countries facing similar problems” is what Strauss is writing in his article entitled: “A way to save Greece”. 

Finally Strauss claims that the tactics of the International Financial Control, that were applied in our country back in 1897, when foreign creditors collected tariffs and taxes directly from the Piraeus port and state monopolies in order to collect what Greece owed them, were very successful.


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