Die Griechische Geldwaesche Bank: Alpha Bank, hat viele Kredit Probleme im Balkan

Bei der Geldwaesche, rund um Betrugs Immobilien u.a. in Sarande und Durres, mit gefaelschten Papieren, war die Alpha Bank vorneweg, neben Banken aus Austria.

Eurobank, Alpha Said to Plan Merger Amid Debt Crisis
Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) — EFG Eurobank Ergasias SA and Alpha Bank SA, Greece’s second- and third-biggest banks, plan to merge in a bid to bolster their assets and ride out a deepening recession and the country’s sovereign debt crisis. Both boards will meet today to approve the terms of the friendly deal, one person with knowledge of the matter said on Aug. 27, declining to be named because talks are confidential. Nicole Itano reports on Bloomberg Television’s „Countdown.“ (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

Bei den Neanderthaler des Kosovo ist im TV, wieder mal die Blutrache ein Thema

Gegen Kinder, kein Problem bekanntlich

8.000 tode rund um Grundstücke und die Land Mafia: “Camorra-ähnliche Oligarchen-Kaste” der Albanischen Politiker

Wenn Idioten Minister sind, die Justiz keine Ahnung hat, wird es schwierig.

26 DEC 2011 / 10:24
Albania’s Brain Gain Efforts Thwarted by Red Tape
A study by the European Movement in Albania, EMA, a Tirana based think tank, finds that Albanians who study abroad face difficulties integrating into the local job market.
Besar Likmeta BIRN Tirana
Among the most cited problems of those returning to Albania is the local work culture and corruption. Young professionals also highlighted difficulties having their degrees recognised by the Ministry of Education and ultimately problems finding a job.

“With all the desire to repatriate young professionals trained abroad, they have often little or no relations with government institutions,” said the report published last week. “Those who get help to return are very few,” it adds.

An estimated 1.4 million Albanians emigrated in the two decades following the collapse of communist regime of former Stalinist dictator Enver Hoxha in 1991.

According to the emigration office at the Ministry of Labour, about 40 per cent of Albanians with higher education qualifications left the country in the 1990s, and those coming back often face a mountain of bureaucratic obstacles when they try to turn their foreign-earned skills and degrees into a job.

In 2006, with the help of the UNDP, the Albanian government set up a brain gain program, which aimed to create the necessary incentives and mechanisms for halting and reversing the wave of professionals headed abroad.