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Time to end this uncertainty

From the start of the crisis, we all needed to know where and when this would end, so that we could learn how much our incomes would be reduced, how much our taxes raised, and how much property values would fall.

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BUSINESS Finance

Review not quite finished yet

SOTIRIS NIKAS

The government has just four days to make changes required by the country’s creditors to the laws voted on in the last few weeks in order for the first review of Greece’s third bailout to be definitively concluded and the process for the disbursement of the sub-tranche of 7.5 billion euros to Athens to begin.

BUSINESS Finance

Budget revenues miss target by 207 mln

Tax revenues missed their budget target for the first four months of the year by 207 million euros, Finance Ministry figures showed on Friday, but the major decrease in state expenditure, by almost 2.3 billion compared to the target, led to an excessive primary surplus in the year to end-April: Against a target for a primary surplus of 2.1 billion euros, it amounted to 2.7 billion.

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COMMUNITY

Afghan interpreters see their visa dreams fading

FILIO P. KONTRAFOURI

It all started with a chilling text message. It was Wali, one of a group of Afghans who worked as interpreters for the Greek military in 2010-12 during NATO operations in the war-torn country. “I’m in Turkey with my family. One of my children died in the waters between Greece and Turkey on March 17.”

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WHAT'S ON

People on the Move | Athens | To May 29

The Benaki Museum’s Pireos Street annex showcases “The Journey: People on the Move,” an exhibition of images by eight acclaimed photojournalists tracing the refugee and migrant trail from Turkey to Greece and on to the Western Balkans.