Παρασκευή, 5 Φεβρουαρίου 2010

Greek officials strike over cuts !!

Customs officials and tax inspectors in Greece are holding a two-day strike to protest against government austerity measures, including wage cuts.
The strike is disrupting Greece's import market, with lines of trucks being held at the country's borders.
The austerity measures have been introduced to try and tackle Greece's huge budget deficit and national debt.
The EU approved the plan on Wednesday, but insisted on inspecting Greece's notoriously unreliable accounts.
Part of the government's plan relies on tax collectors recovering billions of euros lost to tax evasion.
The BBC's Malcolm Brabant in Athens says the tax inspectors are the most feared people in Greece, with the power to descend on any business without warning and go through the books.
They have a vital role in Greece's economic recovery, which is contingent on clawing back as much tax as possible, adds our correspondent.

Πηγή:BBC News
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(Γίναμε πρώτη είδηση και στο BBC Όχι οτι δεν το αξίζαμε σαν χώρα σαν Έθνος , αλλά πως να το κάνουμε βρε αδελφέ άλλο να το βλέπεις να φιγουράρει σαν πρώτη είδηση στο BBC και άλλο στο "Πρώτο θέμα" )

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