Amidst taxpayer fury over astronomical and incorrect property tax bills, Greece is planning gradual reductions in the assessments.
Provopoulos Again Predicts Recovery
He hasn’t been right yet, but Bank of Greece chief George Provopoulos said this is finally the year that the beleaguered economy will mount a comeback.
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