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Even supposing Thucydides doesn't abuse this narrative shape up to Herodotus, the digressions in his oeuvre are however attribute. For the 1st time in vintage historiography, he brought political and armed forces digressions and entered right into a direct conversation along with his readers. The complexity of Thucydides digressions isn't completely because of their functionality or content material, yet proves his leading edge spirit. French textual content.

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The variable Inflation world is constructed as a weighted average of price variations in Greece's main trading partner countries. THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF GREECE'S ACCESSION TO THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY DURING THE TRANSITION PERIOD The basic effects, to be considered as exogenous variables or information, have finally been introduced gradually in the model GRACINT. Since this is a non-linear model, simulation results will be produced through an iterative converging procedure. Six projections of a no- Yves van Frausum 35 accession situation have been produced of which we retained one reference run governed by the following hypotheses: • rbonds = 12 per cent • GN PEEc = 2 per cent real growth (yearly) • GN PRest = 3 per cent real growth (yearly) • labour productivity = 2 per cent growth (yearly) • import prices = 9 per cent growth (yearly) • agricultural prices = 11 per cent growth (yearly) • yearly increase in number of tourists= 100000 units.

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