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15.12.2011
In Greece, no plans to increase taxes and reduce the salary
In Greece, no plans to increase taxes and reduce the salary

The Greek government is not going to raise taxes and cut social welfare payments

On this, as according to RIA Novosti, said Prime Minister Lucas Papadimos.

"We do not expect a further reduction of nominal wages and pensions, as well as higher tax ratios" - said Papadimos, speaking at a conference in Athens.

Greece for the past fifteen years has held several rounds of reducing social welfare payments, dramatically increased existing taxes and introduced a number of new ones. Reduce costs with higher taxes done to reduce the budget deficit from almost 16% of GDP in 2009 to be around 9% of GDP by the end of 2011. In exchange for these harsh measures Greece received stabilization loans to the EU and the IMF.

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