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Valve economist is appointed finance minister of Greece

Posted by newman [Wednesday, 28 January 2015 - 09:47]   No comments

Yanis Varoufakis, the man who was hired some 3 years ago by Valve to improve the Steam Market is appointed finance minister of Greece by the newly elected president Alexis Tsipras.

"Varoufakis will also have to quit the job at hand once he assumes office as finance minister of Greece. As of now, the country is suffering from severe economic and political crisis that resulted in bankruptcy and abnormally high unemployment rates and finally, an election.

Moreover, Greece's new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has also promised to end "the humiliation and pain" the country experienced in the last five years. 

While we wish Varoufakis all the best in his new and more serious role (no disrespect, Valve), it also needs to be said that this is quite the direction to proceed, after keeping the daily sales of Counter-Strike add-ons and weapon skins and similar stuff related to DOTA 2." - writes IBtimes


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