As Greece moves ahead the country is restoring its competitiveness. In the past two years, the Greek government has moved aggressively to cut tax rates and social security contributions for businesses and households alike. Through a series of initiatives from e-government services to regulatory reform, Greece has also streamlined rules and red tape that burdened entrepreneurship.
The Greek government will further reduce taxes and social security contributions for businesses and households, according to a two-year roadmap that was announced by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Speaking at the start of the 85th annual Thessaloniki International Fair, the plan will help boost the competitiveness of Greek enterprises and bring needed relief to middle class families.
As part of its strategic outreach efforts, Enterprise Greece last month engaged with Greek-Australian business leaders, lending its support to the negotiation of a double taxation treaty between the two countries to help foster stronger economic ties.
Greece's leading association of marble producers is preparing an international marketing and branding campaign to raise the profile of Greek marble exports, highlighting the country's growing exports of building materials and services.