Govt on defensive over property tax tweaks and labour bill

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Labour, New Democracy, Property, SYRIZA, Taxes
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The change in the taxable values of properties in Greece and the ongoing clash over the government’s labour reforms are dominating the domestic political agenda.

A wave of property transactions is expected in the second half of the year as owners try to avoid the extra tax linked to the new assessed values that will come into effect from January 1. In roughly 7,000 of the existing 10,000 zones, so-called objecti...

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