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Slightly to the right, Kuropatkin ...

25 September 2015 / 21:09:06  GRReporter
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Introducing 2-3 tax scales for workers, the highest being for incomes of over 100,000-150,000 euro. Attracting managerial staff is essential for attracting investment. In modern companies, the management decides where to invest to create subsidiaries. It is logical that they include in the criteria their personal interests and aspirations.

With an economic policy based on these basic principles, unemployment would return to normal levels within five years and the basic salary would double within 10 years. The only way to stay in the euro area as a full member is to achieve a competitive economy, not to beg for subsidies. Economy has iron laws and if the parliamentary majority does not apply them within the euro someone else will apply them under other conditions.

Therefore, go "Slightly to the right, Kuropatkin"* and let journalists not be required to advise politicians what to do, only to discover contradictions and subject them to criticism.

*The expression "Slightly to the right, Kuropatkin..." is the title of an article in an Athens newspaper from the early 20th century. During the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), with this title Russian the newspaper advised General Kuropatkin to move to the right to surround the Japanese. The Russian did not listen to the advice and was defeated...

 

Tags: AnalysisGreeceEconomicsEarly electionsAlexis Tsipras
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