If Panos Kammenos of the political party Independent Greeks is sworn in to the nation's new coalition government, he has promised private sector tax incentives.
Kammenos stated today, "In order to spur growth, we need to introduce low tax zones, we need to avoid putting tax on private education," as reported by Kathimerini.
The Independent Greeks leader added, "We must provide tax incentives so as to aid businesses and restart the economy."
Yet, current opinion polls have revealed that the nationalist political party probably won't secure 3% of the votes needed, to secure Parliamentary seats.
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