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State company wages to be cut by 25 pct from new year

None of some 120,000 civil servants working at public enterprises, will earn more than 2,200 euros per month due to a new pay structure

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Government seeks next targets

With part of bailout tranche paid, coalition turns to next goals on its agenda

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Educators support mandatory genocide education

The mandatory study of the Holocaust for year 10 students in 2014 may open the door for Hellenic, Armenian and Assyrian Genocide to be studied in Australian schools

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Victorian taxi reforms put on hold

Public consultation extended before implementation of Allan Fels’ report

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Panagiotis Aslanidis heads to Australia

World famous Pontian lyra player Panagiotis Aslanidis will be in Australia for two unforgettable shows in Melbourne and Sydney.

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New debts of 2 bln from tax returns found

The sum brings the amount of returns the state owes to Greek taxpayers to over 2.7 billion euros.

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One million court cases postponed

Go-slow action by judges and prosecutors since September has resulted in more than one million cases being postponed

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Commissioner Semeta sees steps on fighting tax evasion in Greece, EU

BRUSSELS – Commmissioner Algirdas Semeta has backed Greece’s efforts to reform its tax system

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Government planning council of ‘wise men’ to tackle tax evasion

The government is planning the creation of a “committee of wise men” to crack down on widespread tax evasion

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HACCI hosts Australian Ambassador to Greece Jenny Bloomfield

A dinner was held in honour of the Australian Ambassador to Greece, H.E. Jenny Bloomfield by the Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) this week.

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