Multi-bill details how Greece aims to raise 1.6 bln from indirect taxes

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: MoF, Revenues, Taxes

The multi-bill tabled in Parliament on Wednesday evening included a set of parametric fiscal measures yielding around 1 percent of GDP that completes the 3 percent of GDP in fiscal interventions that Greece has to make by 2018 as part of the first programme review.

The taxation on investment vehicles, including real estate investments and portfolio management companies is increased retroactively as of January 1, with estimated annual revenues of 33 million.

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