Finito, yes, I’ll get back with you when employment picks up.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development is overseeing the abolishment of outdated regs that have allowed certain businesses to maintain control. In a country with freedom for its citizens, an opportunity for businessmen to compete without gov interference brings about lower prices for the consumer. If such an environment like this is achieved in Greece, the high cost of food and other items could come down. And re your taxes, 23% sales tax is terribly high! If the gov has less administrative duties and the private sector becomes more involved, the gov will not need to collect such high taxes for running everything. I read the Greek Admin Reform Minister has been talking with the Minister of Finance about lowering taxes. BTW, not that it makes any difference, the cost of labor is even lower in Ireland than it is in Greece.