In Henley Business School's Leading Insights, Dr Nikolaos Antypas discusses Kyriakos Mitsotakis' four-point plan for Greece. Whilst this presents many challenges for the new government, the main obstacles come from the international agreements in place. Negotiations with creditors will be essential before any tax reforms can be implemented. Find out more here.
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