Monthly Archives: June 2011
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Mr. Samaras is quoted by The Economist as “insisting on tax cuts to boost growth, and on an amnesty for illegal buildings that could then be taxed”. That, Sir, is not an economic plan to get the private sector going … Continue reading
This is conclusion of an article in the NYT on June 23: In the end, Argentina may have one more lesson to teach Greece: the danger of fatalism. “A lot of people were saying that Argentina would never recover, that … Continue reading
The steps taken by EU-elites so far can be summarized as follows: “We – EU/ECB/Central Banks – use Greece’s balance sheet and tax payers’ money to bail out our own banks and we call that “Financial Help for Greece’”. An … Continue reading
The Economist has proposed that Greece should be forgiven half of her debt. Here is a response to the editor. Let me suggest a “4th way”. Even though all facts suggest that Greece can never repay all of her debt, … Continue reading
Here you find the proposal.
Dear Mr. Samaras, if your position is that Greece needs more than a sovereign cost cutting program, I would fully agree with you. I hope that that, and only that, is your position! The money which has been sent to … Continue reading