Greek gov’t draws up decree to slash red tape

The government is preparing a presidential decree that will cut red tape by replacing 27 actions that needed to be carried out by the public administration with just one: the signature of a minister.

In total the decree, which is being drawn up by the Administrative Reform Ministry, seeks to abolish around 150 administrative actions.

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