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Moody's voices concern at 'material delay' in Greece debt relief talks

 Moody's voices concern at 'material delay' in Greece debt relief talks
By Larry Elliott Rating agency claims lag in talks between Athens and its creditors increases risk that Greece will miss repayments next year Fears that Greece’s seven-year debt crisis is about to enter a troubling new phase have been voiced by one of ...

IMF and EU policymakers take Greece bailout spat online

IMF and EU policymakers take Greece bailout spat online
By: Hannah Murphy War of words breaks out between officials over austerity measures Tensions between the International Monetary Fund and eurozone policymakers over a Greek bailout erupted into a full online showdown on Thursday, raising questions over...

Greece 'boxed in' as EU and IMF fight over nation's debt relief plan

 Greece 'boxed in' as EU and IMF fight over nation's debt relief plan
By Helena Smith in Athens IMF distances itself from policies underpinning bailout as Greek officials worry that war of words may lead to IMF pulling out of rescue programme The row over how to stabilise the indebted Greek economy has ...

Greek Banks Propose Tax on Cash Withdrawals to Curb Tax Evasion

Greek Banks Propose Tax on Cash Withdrawals to Curb Tax Evasion
By Philip Chrysopoulos Greek banks have proposed taxation of cash withdrawals so that Greeks make more electronic transactions as a measure to curb tax evasion. The proposal is sent to the ministry of finance for further review, the basic idea being ...

Tax Evasion in Greece Reaches €16 Bln Annually

Tax Evasion in Greece Reaches €16 Bln Annually
By Philip Chrysopoulos Tax evasion in Greece is estimated to be around 16 billion euros each year, according to a study by EY (formerly Ernst & Young) carried out on behalf of diaNEOsis research organization. According to the EY analysis, loss of ...

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