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There is no alternative to the labour market liberalization in Greece, shows GRReporter’s poll

25 February 2011 / 20:02:54  GRReporter
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For the first time the readers of the three versions of the site have the same opinion. And it is that the market in Greece must be liberalized so that there be fair competition. GRReporter’s poll asked you last month, as you can guess, whether the Greek labour market should be liberalized.

According to 93% of the Bulgarian version readers, the market liberalization is the only way to restore fair competition in Greece. The positive response percentage in the Greek and English versions of the site is also high amounting to 78% of the votes in the English version readers and 77% of the Greek version readers.

The second most popular response of the English and Greek versions readers is that they do not agree with the market liberalization because in this way "foreign carriers will stand in the way of local carries on the Greek roads and seas." 12% of the English version readers and 16% of the Greek version got the tease.

The next two answers have almost equal numbers of votes in all three language versions of the site. In the Bulgarian version 3% of the readers answered that the market should not be liberalized, because "it will reduce the 30% profit of pharmacies guaranteed by the state." This response got 6% of the English version votes and only 3% in the Greek one.
The least preferred answer by the readers is that the market should not be liberalized because it will "cancel the lowest limit for the fees of lawyers, notaries, architects and construction engineers." 3% of the readers of the Bulgarian version support this view that is shared by 4% of the readers of the English version, and 3% of the readers of the site in Greek.
Thank you for participating in our poll and we are awaiting your answers to our new question: What role do you think the Troika (IMF, EC and ECB) plays in Greece?

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