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Reichenbach: Greece doesn't Need More Taxes

ReichenbachThe view that Greece has carried out the biggest part of the reforms was expressed by the Greek Minister of Development Kostis Chatzidakis, in his statements after his meeting with the Head of the Task Force for Greece Horst Reichenbach.
Chatzidakis was asked to comment on IMF’s last report on Greece released on Oct 9th, that suggests the need for new austerity measures of 6.7 billion euros to be taken in the period 2014-2016.  He argued that henceforth “the key-word is confidence and the full restoration of it.”
“From the Opposition we ask rudimentary responsibility and from troika we ask an expression of confidence,” Chatzidakis underlined.
Horst Reichenbach, on his part, met with the Greek Development minister to discuss the course of NSRF (National Strategic Reference Framework), said about IMF’s recent report on Greece: “Greece does not need new taxes. The country’s problem is the collectability of the already existing taxes.  The taxes in Greece are already high and don’t have to be raised further.”

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