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Tax-heavy months lie ahead

BUSINESS

Greek taxpayers and enterprises will have to pay taxes adding up to more than 10 billion euros for their property assets, cars, last year’s incomes, road tax and the increased solidarity levy in the months up until the end of the year.

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‘Macedonia’ corporate names require protection

CHRYSSA LIAGGOU

There are some 4,000 enterprises that have the term “Macedonia” in their name or their products which will now have to protect it in international markets to avoid running into problems with the agreement to settle the name dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, according to the head of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece (SBBE), Athanasios Savvakis.

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Pension spending per GDP is EU’s highest

Pensions may have been slashed drastically, with the country faring high in poverty indexes, but the gross domestic product drop has contributed toward Greece ranking top in the European Union in terms of pension expenditure as a percentage of GDP.

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A curse instead of a boon

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There was a time when it was a good thing for the older generation to work hard to leave something – property or money – to their children. For many Greeks today, however, real estate has become a curse.

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Myconos as it Once Was | Myconos | To July 31

The Municipal Art Gallery of Myconos is hosting the group exhibition “Myconos Through the Gaze of Artists: From the Interwar Years to 1960” at two venues in the island capital until July 31.