The chairman of Greece's privatisation agency will step down later this week after his three-year term came to an end last month, the agency said on Monday.
Aris Xenofos, who took on the job in 2017, has overseen a number of major privatisations, including extending a concession for the operation of Greece's largest airport, Athens International Airport.
The suspension of tax obligations will not suffice to reverse the negative sentiment in the economy, recorded also in the tax authorities' statistics: Within just one month, expired debts to the state grew 1 billion euros, which calls to mind the decade of the bailout program, when every year saw the creation of €12-13 billion in new debts.
Turkey's current account balance posted a deficit of $2.93 billion in June, slightly down from the market expectation, according to the Turkish Central Bank data on Aug. 14.
The June figure widened by $2.8 billion from the same month last year, data showed.
The country's 12-month rolling deficit totaled at $11.1 billion, the bank said.
Turkey's current account balance posted a $5.06 billion gap in April, widening from a $469 million deficit in the same month last year, the Turkish Central Bank announced on June 12.
According to the balance of payments figures released by the bank, the country's 12-month rolling deficit totaled $3.3 billion.