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Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Greece: U-Turn on Property Tax (ENFIA) - and other twists and turns

On Property Tax

"After its pre-election pledge to raise the minimum salary to 751 euros per month, two more of the government’s promises have now been postponed for 2016: the abolition of the Single Property Tax (ENFIA), which will continue this year as it was in 2014, and the increase in the income tax-free threshold to 12,000 euros per year, which won’t happen until next year", Kathimerini

Related, Piraeus Port Privatisation

More on privatisations

Washington, Moscow and the Oil, Forbes

Professor Sir Christopher Pissarides on the impact of a Grexit on incomes

Reuters -  "a senior euro zone official involved in the talks said that to secure any deal, Greece would have to make a substantial concession on at least one of three disputed issues - pensions, labor market reform and taxation".

Cash transfer decree and the Constitution

A "Holiday Tax" or illegal accommodation tax

Protagon - Γιατί είναι αδύνατη μια γρήγορη ενδιάμεση συμφωνία

Reuters - Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem says Greece will not make it without aid

Vote on Re-Opening National TV Station, ERT

Athens University overtime investigation poll (vote count as at 10am UK time, 29 April):

If the government and the country's lenders do not come to an agreement, what should be done to break the deadlock?

Referendum                                3621    33.83%

New elections                              1724    16.11%

Government of National Unity  5007   46.79%

I do not know / No answer           350     3.27%

Total:                                          10702

The Uncompromising Lafazanis "Pro-Rupture" article, The Greek Analyst

Holding firm, The Telegraph

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