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Greece aims for agreement on 2nd review by November 28th

The Greek side is aiming for an institutions-level agreement on the second review by November 28, when the EuroWorking Group will meet to prepare for the Eurogroup on December 5, a Greek finance ministry source told the press here on Tuesday. Achieving this target will also mark the start of …

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Greece’s Finance Ministry uploads names of 13,730 debtors on its website. But…

They said it and they did it! Greece’s General Secretariat of Public Revenues uploaded the names of 13,730 big debtors on the official website of the Finance ministry. The names refer to natural persons and legal entities owing to the state more than 150,000 euro and are in payment delays …

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Athens: Tax officers occupy the … Finance Ministry!

A group of some 70 tax officers has been occupying the Greek Finance Ministry in downtown Athens since 8 o’ clock in the morning. The occupation reportedly aims to protest that the General secretariat of Public Revenues turns into an “independent authority.” This morning I heard on  Greek TV that …

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Greek FinMin considers levy to each PC- and Tablet-purchase

The Greek Finance Ministry allegedly considers to impose a levy for every tablet and personal compute purchase. Reason for this consideration? The levy will be imposed as a “counter-weight” to the millions of euro that were supposed to be paid for Copy Rights but they vanish in the air due …

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Hugs instead of Heating Oil: Despite Taxes tsunami Greece’s revenues not impressive

The Season Greeting the Greek Finance Ministry sent this year to dozens of officials in several departments were as bit peculiar. The ministry advice “More hugs for less heating oil consumption”, with reference to the heating oil allowance. The Ministry knew very well that despite the tax tsunami it had …

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