Government tables 2016 budget, upgrades GDP forecasts but leaves fiscal estimates unchanged

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, MoF, Revenues, Taxes
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The Finance Ministry (MoF) tabled the 2016 budget in Parliament on Friday.

Parliamentary Speaker Nikos Voutsis said it will be discussed in the Economic Affairs Committee on November 25 for four sessions. The discussion in the plenary is scheduled to start on December 1 and the budget is due to be voted on December 5.

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