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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-04-13

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Deal needed between Greece and institutions to implement proposed bills, Commission says
  • [02] Tax revenue from Greek shipowners up in 2015, says FinMin report

  • [01] Deal needed between Greece and institutions to implement proposed bills, Commission says

    BRUSSELS (ANA-MPA/M. Aroni) – Commission spokesperson Alexander Winterstein hinted on Wednesday that if the Greek government wants to implement the two draft bills it is planning to submit to parliament, an agreement between the country and the institutions must first be achieved.

    He said the Commission is informed about the Greek government's proposal to start in the immediate future a parliamentary debate on two bills. "Ownership of the reforms is the key, as well as achieving a deal between the Greek authorities and the institutions," Winterstein said, adding that talks on the completion of the first program review are continuing and that the Commission is expecting a speedy progress on all fronts.

    [02] Tax revenue from Greek shipowners up in 2015, says FinMin report

    Vessel tax revenue grew to 17,617,781 euros in 2015, up from 13,154,712 in 2014 and 14,013,519 in 2013, while tax revenue from Greek shipowners grew to 45,430,869 euros in 2015 from 40,546,161 euros in 2014, Alternate Finance Minister Tryfon Alexiadis said in a report, forwarded to Parliament.

    Alexiadis was responding to questions made by Communist Party deputies Christos Katsotis, Nikos Karathanasopoulos, Diamanto Manolakou and Manolis Sintihakis, who requested information on taxes paid by Greek shiponwers in the last three years.

    Merchant Shipping and Island Policy Minister Thodoris Dritsas, in a written response to the four deputies, said that a total of 524 shipping companies (representing more than 90 pct of total fleet capacity) participated in the voluntary tax payment scheme of the shipping community.


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