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Happy new year! January 1, 2013

Posted by proeconomia in Fiscal policy, Main, News on Greece, On the crisis, Opinion.

The very best wishes from all of us to all of you for a healthy and prosperous 2013! Lets hope that the new year will bring these changes that will make our world a better place to live. And, by the way, since the news never stop here is an excerpt from the message of the President of the Hellenic Republic, Mr. Karolos Papoulias (read the article in Greek here):

In his message for the new year, Mr. Papoulias stressed that “There are many things that depend solely on our own actions and decisions. One of these, the most important, is to agree that fighting massive tax evasion is a major national priority which requires tough, flexible and fair tax laws, based on transparent and effective enforcement mechanisms.” Finally, we are getting there…



1. Panos Evangelopoulos - January 1, 2013

Happy New Year to Proeconomia, to the administrator of our site who made this great work of our department to be our sound voice in internet!!!Panos Evangelopoulos, the faithful follower, the warmest supporter.

2. Constantina Kottaridi - January 2, 2013

Happy New Year to all the fellows of this blog! Those that participate actively and those that just follow it! Best wished to the administrator for his endless passion for knowledge and cooperation.

And yes, dear administrator, finally we are getting there… The route has been extremely harsh but I feel that we should all cross it to finally get the message. And yes, I totally agree with you that in all aspects in life, let alone economy, the cooperative solution is always best than the non-cooperative. John Nash has long stated the fact but some, deliberately, choose to close their ears!

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