Greek solution in sight?
Could it be that the Greek government’s policy of restricting access to its gambling market is about to undergo a change? That was the question on Internet gambling observer’s lips this week as Greek media reports from reputable publications like the Greek Herald and Reporter Net carried a brief story on a meeting scheduled for next week between European Commission enforcement chief Charlie McCreevy and Greek economic minister George Alogoskoufis.
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