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  • The first cut is the deepest? Greek pension reforms in context

    By: Georgia Nakou


    It is 5:59am on a Sunday morning. The host of the morning talk show, a man of near-pensionable age – a look he has affected for well over a decade – adopts an alarmed look. The caption screams “NEW PENSIONS MASSACRE”. Projected on the backdrop, a dense table of numbers several columns wide defies legibility, and several talking heads are lined up in a panel to argue vociferously and incoherently over how badly pensioners can expect to suffer from the latest spending cuts.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos OECD report outlines steps to reduce burgeoning poverty rate in Greece


    In its latest survey on Greece that the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published on Greece earlier in the week, the Paris-based think tank dedicates a section on lowering poverty and protecting households that through the loss of jobs and wage cuts have been severely affected by the crisis, leading to a significant surge in poverty rates.

  • Photo by Fosphotos OECD highlights reforms and imbalances that need to be addressed


    The Organisation of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) issued on Monday its latest survey on Greece, which was also accompanied by a visit to Athens by Secretary General Angel Gurria during which he met the Greek Prime Minister and other officials.

  • By Panayiotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos OECD report shows Greece had highest tax ratio rise in 2016


    The OECD published yesterday its regular revenue statistics for 2017. The publication has comparable tax revenue data with the latest edition, providing final data up to 2015 as well as provisional estimates for 2016.

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