Greece’s new gov't says tax cuts will boost jobs and investment

Economists say few businesses show enough profit to pay tax anyway, and more reforms are required.

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    In Greece, the new government is proposing tax cuts, saying they will create more jobs and bring an end to the continuing financial crisis.

    But critics say although the conservatives have a majority in parliament, they will find it hard to deliver on their promises.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from the island of Evia.


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