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  • PM aims to maintain pace of economic reforms as public worries about migration

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    The tax bill submitted to Parliament this week, the pension bill due in the coming days and the draft legislation for the overhaul of the Public Power Corporation (PPC) topped the agenda of Thursday’s cabinet meeting, where Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis urged his ministers to keep up the pace set since New Democracy came to power in July.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Second day of review yields progress, work needed on fiscal front


    The Greek authorities and the heads of the institutions completed the second day of talks in Athens that left fiscal issues for 2020 still open, although it was not anticipated that the matter would have been settled on this trip, ahead of the draft budget that is due to be tabled to Parliament on October 7.

  • Mitsotakis promises 'new normality,' lines up tax cuts straight away

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has set out his government’s priorities for the next four years, including the broad aim of establishing a new, post-crisis reality in Greece, but also with extensive reference to specific measures, with tax cuts leading the way.

  • Photo via https://flic.kr/ps/Us79n PPC reports net loss of 205.1 mln in Q1


    Greece’s majority state-owned Public Power Corporation’s (PPC) first quarter (Q1) results showed that net losses worsened to 205.1 million from 12.6 million euros in the same quarter last year.

  • Image via www.dei.gr Fears and reassurances over PPC's dire finances


    After a disastrous set of full year results for 2018 which showed net losses of over half a billion euros from continued operations, the future of the Public Power Corporation (PPC) has been a topic of hot debate in recent weeks.

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