Greece expects austerity plan vote by end-June

By REUTERS
June 7, 2011 09:27

 
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ATHENS - The Greek government expects parliament to vote on its medium-term austerity plan, a condition of a new international bailout, by the end of June, a senior government official said on Tuesday.

The government also planned to cut corporate tax and value-added tax from 2012, he said, asking not be named. These measures would not be part of the latest medium-term economic plan, he told reporters.

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