dimanche 11 août 2013

Grèce : le divorce est de plus en plus consommé entre le pays réel et le pays officiel

Ce qui se passe en Grèce est à suivre de près car c'est une des issues possibles à la crise de l'occident et de ses États obèses et spoliateurs...

Un tiers du PIB grec en taxes non collectées :
Uncollected Greek Taxes Rise To Record €60 Billion, One Third Of Greek GDP
ZeroHedge, 08/08/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Europes' taxpayers will unlikely be any more pleased to learn that as of the end of June, a whopping €60 billion in past due taxes (an all time record) was owed by Greek businesses and individuals to the state.

Chômage officiel des jeunes à 65% :
Greek Youth Unemployment Soars To Record 65%
ZeroHedge, 08/08/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Greek Thieves Drive Van Into Exposition Center, Make Off With ATM Machine
ZeroHedge, 05/08/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Police on Monday were searching for the unknown assailants who drove a van through the front windows of the MEC exposition center in Paeania, eastern Attica, in the early hours and made off with a cashpoint machine that was located in the entrance.

Officers found the truck in Menidi, western Attica, a few hours later.

It had been burned to erase evidence, while the ATM was also found, broken into and empty of its contents.

Et le meilleur pour la fin, des collecteurs des impôts chassés par tout un village :
Greek Villagers Chase Tax Collectors Out Of Town
ZeroHedge, 07/08/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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A team of inspectors from the Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE), was on Tuesday heckled by locals at a village in Crete and coerced to leave, before a one-month closure order was issued against the owner of a taverna where the team was intimated, local media reported.

The SDOE team turned up at the village of Archanes in Iraklio as locals were celebrating their patron saint with a church fete.

According to reports, local residents took offense that the tax inspectors chose that day to conduct raids on businesses for tax code violations.

Their displeasure became more than apparent among a group of people at a large local taverna, who heckled the tax officers and threatened them with force if they did not leave the village.

Last summer SDOE inspectors were prevented from leaving the Saronic island of Hydra by disgruntled locals. Police had to be sent from Athens to ensure their safe passage back to the mainland.

Following Tuesday's incident in Crete, the Finance Ministry issued orders for the taverna at which the intimidation was centered to be shut down for one month and for a complete audit to be conducted of its finances.

1 commentaire:

  1. Un tiers du PIB grec au noir. Qui a dit courbe de Laffer ?



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