For my part, I will look for certain soundbites and if I hear them, then I will start believing into a future for Greece. Some of these soundbites would be:
We will create new jobs through import substitution!
We will weaken the import lobby and strengthen the export lobby!
We will do everything to attract foreign investment!
We will privatize primarily for the sake of getting private know-how transfer to Greece!
We will fully use the resources of the EU Task Force to get Greece’s public administration into shape!
We will use the advice of the EU Task Force in formulating an overall tax reform!
We will carefully examine proposals like the Greece Ten Years Ahead or EURECA!
I could go on and on with more soundbites but, frankly, if I were to hear only the above, I could quickly become bullish again about Greece’s future!
PS: and perhaps the new government wants to copy some of Alexis Tsipras’s soundbites such as the “National Plan for Reconstruction and Growth”; or “ending Greece’s corrupt and inefficient political and regulatory systems”; or several of the others which sound great but which must be implemented, too.