Insecurity Touches the Tycoons of Greece
Andreas C. Dracopoulos, of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, has seen little giving.
ATHENS. (New York Times). While money pours out of Greek banks and Europe debates whether or not Greece deserves its next handout, the people potentially in the best position to help shore up the nation’s finances are mainly keeping their heads down. Τhey are among the wealthiest Greeks — whether shipping magnates, whose tax-free status is enshrined in the constitution, or the so-called oligarchs who have accumulated vast wealth via
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