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Greek Auto Market Reacts Positively to Car Taxation Plans

Greek auto market officials reacted positively to a Finance Ministry plan to change car taxation, however, officials said the market should wait for the Ministry's final...

Greek Finance Ministry: Proposal on Taxing Bank Transactions Has Been Dropped

A proposal on taxing bank transactions which was presented during the ongoing negotiations at the Brussels Group has been withdrawn following reactions by the...

Greece Owes 4.4 Bln Euros to Suppliers

Greece's economy seems to have reached its lowest point, as the Greek government is unable to pay 4.4 billion euros to its suppliers. Meanwhile, the Greek...

Greece Pays 750-Million-Euro Installment to IMF

The Greek government paid the latest 750-million-euro installment to the International Monetary Fund, according to Reuters. The agency spoke with two Greek Finance Ministry...

Greek PM Tsipras Holds Meeting With Laid-Off Finance Ministry Cleaning Staff

Fifty members of the Greek Finance Ministry’s cleaning staff who were laid-off last year took a group photo along with Greek Prime Minister Alexis...

Greece Misses Budget Revenue Target for Two First Months of 2015

Greece missed its budget revenue target during the first two months of 2015, complicating the talks with its international creditors over securing more bailout...

1Bln-Euro Revenue Shortfall in January

The Greek Finance Ministry is having trouble accumulating the necessary state revenues after the major 1-billion-euro shortfall that was recorded in January 2015. Furthermore,...

Finance Ministry Cleaners’ Reinstatement Suspended

Some 400 public sector cleaning employees were suspended in September 2013, as part of the availability measures implemented by the government, and were dismissed...

Greek Finance Ministry to Extend Settlement Scheme to Debts Expiring Dec. 31, 2014

The Greek finance ministry on Friday announced that a new measure for the settlement of overdue debts to the state will include debts whose...

Greece Faces 1-Bln-Euro Tax Shortfall in January

Greek tax revenue in January 2015 was one 1 billion euros short of reaching the expected target (23%), causing a major setback for the newly elected...

ECB to Provide €60 Billion in Emergency Funding to Bank of Greece

The European Central Bank will allow Bank of Greece to provide as much as 59.5 billion euros in emergency funding for the country's lenders,...

New Greek FinMin Varoufakis: Growth Doesn’t Mean Porsche Cayennes

A chance to preface the policy he intents to apply as Greece's new Finance Minister had earlier today Giannis Varoufakis in the ceremony assuming his...

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