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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Athens Newspaper Headlines

The Wednesday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

The government's efforts to meet the State Budget's targets, the draft law on the closure of outstanding tax obligations to be voted on Thursday in parliament, and the tax collection 'safari', mostly dominated the headlines on Wednesday in Athens' newspapers

ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Bankers' commitment to channel 25 billion euros to the market".

APOGEVMATINI: "Former prime minister Costas Karamanlis' letter to the president of the parliamentary preliminary investigation committee on Vatoped-State land swaps case".

AVGHI: "Serious shortages of supplies in public hospitals - They have run out of cotton".

CHORA: "Thousands of Europeans take to the streets against austerity measures".

ELEFTHEROS: "Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS) party spokesman Makis Voridis estimated: Karamanlis' (former ND prime minister) return is being 'cooked up' at the same time that LAOS leader George Karatzaferis is clashing with main opposition New Democracy (ND) over the Memorandum".

ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "They have concocted a scandal without any evidence - What Karamanlis says about Vatopedi".

ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Draconian law for all taxpayers - Tax evaders will be sent to prison".

ESTIA: "Closure of outstanding tax obligations was also applied 32 years ago".

ETHNOS: "Handcuffs and shut-downs for tax evaders - Government to table in parliament severe measures against tax evasion".

IMERISSIA: "Imprisonment for VAT fraud - Very harsh penalties for tax evasion".

KATHIMERINI: "Government brainstorming ahead of new State Budget - In search of a Plan C for the economy".

LOGOS: "No incriminating evidence arises for political figures (in Vatopedi case)".

NAFTEMPORIKI: "Liquidity injections and loans offered for the closure of outstanding tax obligations".

NIKI: "How the Greek Information Service (EYP) broke up the gang of real estate looters".

RIZOSPASTIS: "Government, backed by civil servants' umbrella federation GSEE, legislating salary cutbacks in the private sector".

TA NEA: "Tax sweep - Close-downs for (not issuing) receipts and imprisonment for VAT fraud".

TO VIMA: "Electronic 'purchases card' on-line with the Tax Bureau - It will record the receipts automatically".

VRADYNI: "Big brother e-card - Government puts society under electronic surveillance".

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