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If he is interested in learning more about economic issues concerning Cyprus, refer to the recent reports of the European Commission, the IMF, and the rating agencies, which contain detailed analyzes and forecasts, AKEL Minister of Finance, Konstantinos Petridis, urged in response to the announcement. of the party for the Global Competitiveness Center Exhibition.

Mr. Petridis, in his announcement, states that AKEL, “as usual, reads other things and wants to understand other things” and indicates “what is not says the party about the Report, which is “a trend survey”.

The Minister states that he does not say that Cyprus has significantly improved in this index in recent years.

“It does not say that according to the Report the fall in 2022 is due to exogenous reasons. “On the impact of the war in Ukraine, on the rise in the price of energy and raw materials internationally,” Petridis said in a statement.

Investment, price restraint, tax policy, social protection, education.

Mr. Petridis also points out that the party does not say that Cyprus is high in the index of “government efficiency” which continues to improve in recent years, even in 2022.

“It does not say that the sectors “& nbsp; keeping Cyprus low are areas related to reforms, especially those contained in the Recovery Fund.” Reforms, it is added, that the government promotes for the benefit of the economy and society, “which for the most part AKEL refuses to vote, following its firm policy of refusing to modernize. Reforms that the report calls on us to implement “.

” Let AKEL not teach us lessons. At least for the economy “, the announcement states. The Minister calls on AKEL, “if it is really interested in learning more about economic issues concerning Cyprus,” to also refer to the recent reports of the European Commission, the IMF, and the rating agencies, which contain detailed analyzes and forecasts./p>

“Something can be taught with good will”, the announcement concludes. & nbsp;

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Source: www.philenews.com

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