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In other Greek news: let’s talk about debts and troubles…

In other Greek news: The Troikans Poul Thomsen (IMF) and Matthias Morse (EU) had to leave the building of the Greek Finance Ministry from a back door. Cleaning personnel on “mobility scheme” and Development Ministry personnel protesting the dismissal of their colleagues had blocked the main entrance of the ministry …

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Debtors in Greece: Would you share your bedroom with the tax office?

Greece’s finance ministry has apparently run out of ideas. Ops! I should immediately correct myself: Greece’s finance ministry has obviously realized that the ideas the team of advisers produce to force citizens to “give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar” – in Modern English that’s “the taxes” –  is sheer …

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ND & PASOK owe €365K to social security fund; it’s the government, stupid!

Coalition government parties Nea Dimocratia of PM Antonis Samaras and PASOK of deputy Prime minister Evangelos Venizelos owe to Greece’s social security fund IKA 365,000 EUR in social contributions. Responding to a written question from MPs, Labor Minister Yiannis Vroutsis said checks on unpaid contributions in June revealed that New …

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Greek Revenues Secretary: In-debted companies should close down

Another revolutionary proposal by a Greek official and thus the man in charge of Public Revenues. Haris Theocharis. He proposed that “companies with debts to the state pension funds or to employees would better close down than to remain open and produce further deficit.” Τheocharis made this statement last Friday …

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Police arrests businessman owing the state 54 million euro

Greek police arrested a 70-year-old man for owing the state whole 53,392,394.73 euro. The man was had a business dealing with items for photography and was arrested in Voula suburb of southern Athens on Tuesday. According to police news bulletin, also seven other people were arrested in several suburbs of …

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Prosecutor files felony charges against private vocational school owner

An Athens prosecutor filed felony charges against the chairman and owner of  private vocational training group IEK XYNI, his wife and his daughter. The charges brought against the Xyni family followed an investigation about forged social security clearence, debts to social insurance fund and a series of tax offenses. Prosecutor Popi Papandreou …

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Greek Municipality Suspends Operation Due to Economic Problems

 A first in Greece: Acharnon Municipality, a suburb of Attica prefecture, suspended its operation due to economic problems. The decision was taken on Thursday evening at the meeting of the city council. Acharnon Municipality said, it was unable to pay employees and to cover fixed costs. A notice uploaded on the municiaplity’s website …

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