Greece seeks to finalise 1 pct of GDP in new tax measures to close review

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: MoF, Taxes

The Greek government appears to have prepared proposals for a range of tax measures to discuss with the mission chiefs in Athens as efforts to close the programme review intensify.

Apart from measures related to pension reform and direct taxes - each yielding 1 percent of GDP (1.8 billion euros) - the government has to identify additional measures of 1 percent of GDP to cover the fiscal gap of 3 percent by 2018.

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