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Saturday, 8 September 2018

Greece: Gradual Reduction in ENFIA Tax in 2019-2020? Also: Clashes in Thessaloniki

From eKathimerini

"Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Saturday his plans to lower the value added tax (VAT) and the property levy ENFIA as of 2021 and 2019 respectively in a speech at the 2018 Thessaloniki International Fair, aimed at signalling a new era for Greece after the end of the third bailout...
The government will pass a law by the end of the year gradually reducing the property levy ENFIA by up to 50 pct for lower-income households. The measure will be completed in two phases: the first in January 2019 and the second in January 2020".

Fresh from end of bailout, Greek PM announces tax breaks, Reuters

"Tsipras promised a phased reduction of corporate tax to 25 percent from 29 percent from next year, as well as an average 30 percent reduction in a deeply unpopular annual property tax on homeowners, rising to 50 percent for low earners".

Greece has multi-billion cash buffer to keep country afloat, MSN/Reuters

Debt relief could stop if Greece strays from reforms, says Regling. eKathimerini

Thessaloniki riot: a Nakos Marougkas video, Facebook

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Clashes continue in Thessaloniki. Euronews, PM Tsipras on the economy

Soft Power and Hard Power:

U.S. Sixth Fleet Flagship Sails to Thessaloniki (Photos), Greek Reporter

Ιconic Works of American Art Displayed Across Thessaloniki, Greek Reporter

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