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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-12-28

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  • [01] ND on law to 'clean up' fuel market

  • [01] ND on law to 'clean up' fuel market

    In a question tabled in Parliament on Monday, main opposition New Democracy asked the government whether it has taken action to implement a law requiring petrol stations to install and use cash registers for all transactions by February 7.

    The question was tabled by the former development minister under the previous ND government, MP Kostis Hatzidakis, and referred to a law passed in 2009 that calls for a comprehensive system tracking cash inflow and outflow at petrol stations, linked to an electronic cash register.

    The measure was among those proposed by the Competition Commission in a bid to combat tax avoidance, contraband and adulteration in the fuel market.

    "The measure is even more imperative since the government must take measures to boost public revenues and at the same time promote a best functioning of the market and protection of consumers," Hatzidakis said.

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