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Friday, 27 February 2015

Greece: Varoufakis; Revelation about Deliberate Ambiguity and 'Fig Leaf' Deal; «δημιουργική ασάφεια» - Ακατανόητη αποκάλυψη Γιάνη Βαρουφάκη για τη συμφωνία παράτασης…



March 1st  Interview with Wolfgang Schäuble: BILD am SONNTAG sagt er, was er von seinem neuen griechischen Amtskollegen Varoufakis hält

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Details in Kathimerini (AFP)

"The new Greek government has strong public support,» Schaeuble said in an interview with German newspaper Bild am Sonntag. "I am confident that it will put in place the necessary measures, set up a more efficient tax system and in the end honour its commitments. "You have to give a little bit of time to a newly elected government,» he told the Sunday paper. «To govern is to face reality."
Schaeuble also insisted that his Greek counterpart Yanis Varoufakis, despite their policy differences, had «behaved most properly with me» and had «the right to as much respect as everyone else».

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From Mignatiou

A negotiating error?

Το μέγα ερώτημα είναι, ότι η αποκάλυψη αυτής της «λεπτομέρειας», θα μπορούσε να περιπλέξει τη διαδικασία, καθώς οι αντίπαλοι της Ελλάδας θα μπορούσαν να χρησιμοποιήσουν τη συνέντευξη του Έλληνα υπουργού ως επιχείρημα απόρριψης, ενώ δεν είναι τυχαίο ότι την αποκάλυψη αυτή δεν έκανε κάποιος Ευρωπαίος αξιωματούχος! Κατά συνέπεια, η πρωτοβουλία του υπουργού θα μπορούσε να αποδειχθεί διαπραγματευτικά άστοχη… Θα είχε νόημα εάν για τον οποιονδήποτε λόγο, κάποιος στόχευε στο να τορπιλίσει την έγκριση της συμφωνίας από τα εθνικά Κοινοβούλια.


France 24


Kathimerini: EU Deal a Fig Leaf


From Protagon


Berlin Denial iefimerida


Related: Bloomberg


Euronews: PM Tsipras on Meritocracy and Transparency


Very Much To The Point:

Reuters: Greece Runs Out of Funding Options


Sakellaridis, Protothema

Δεν είναι στις προθέσεις της κυβέρνησης να ζητήσει παράταση αποπληρωμής του Διεθνούς Νομισματικού Ταμείου δήλωσε ο κυβερνητικός εκπρόσωπος Γαβριήλ Σακελλαρίδης μια ημέρα μετά τα όσα δήλωσε ο υπουργός Επικρατείας Αλέκος Φλαμπουράρης.


Reuters on ECB Bonds

Kathimerini, ECB Bonds

Lafazanis/Varoufakis Differences on Privatisations and Parliamentary Ratification

The Telegraph, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in Athens

Reuters on "Anti-Athens Axis"

Business Insider on Tax Evasion

Tax Evasion Study (TAX EVASION ACROSS INDUSTRIES: SOFT CREDIT EVIDENCE FROM GREECE, Nikolaos Artavanis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Adair Morse University of Chicago Booth School of Business, NBER, Margarita Tsoutsoura University of Chicago Booth School of Business)

Corfu Forum, Re: Why Can't Greece Shake its Corruption Problem: A Reply from Ilias

"I am "we" rather than "they" as I am a Greek citizen. I obviously do not agree with this article which was written by someone who has a summer house in Greece and comes here for holidays rather than a Greek who lives, works and toils in this country. This fallacy of tax avoidance just goes on and on and on. It is a fallacy because in today's Greece in order to do anything at all, you have to provide your latest tax clearance certificate. It is not now easy to avoid tax in Greece unless you are one of the cheats who has found a way to remove your money and put it into a foreign bank account. These are the people we need to hunt down.... I would just add that I have always paid all taxes owed by me, so there is at least one honest Greek and I resent inferences that I am not representative of thousands if not millions of other Greeks".

Varoufakis: Special New Taxes Will Be Necessary

"Patriotic Duty to Pay Taxes" 

Give Syriza a chance, Bild - Christian Odendahl

Syriza MPs revolt

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