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SEV president addresses chamber con'f

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SEV president addresses chamber con'f
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Federation of Hellenic Enterprises (SEV) President Dimitris Daskalopoulos on Monday underlined that a “complex comprising the state and closed-shop interests is patronising the country and constitutes major problem in the country’s governance.”

Federation of Hellenic Enterprises (SEV) President Dimitris Daskalopoulos on Monday underlined that a “complex comprising the state and closed-shop interests is patronising the country and constitutes major problem in the country’s governance.”

Speaking in the 21st annual conference on “The Greek Economy-Rebuilding Greek Credibility” hosted by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, he said that “getting rid of this complex is a primary precondition in order to build a modern society and economy.”

He stressed that development and economic growth will come when “a complete and internationally acceptable economic, business, legal, administrative and environmental framework is formed.”

“Those rejecting the memorandum signed with the troika in essence reject the reality that led to it and suggest self-delusion as a remedy. In effect, they reproduce the catastrophic attitude that led us to the current situation,” he concluded.