Greek bureaucracy chokes economy
Many would-be investors are deterred by corrupt government bureaucracy.
June 24, 2010 6:13 by kippreport
The public sector in Greece is widely regarded as grotesquely inefficient, suffering from corruption that has been fueled by years of neglect. But over a quarter of the work force in Greece depends on the public sector, with almost every family having a member employed as a civil servant.
An improved, more reliable civil service is greatly needed, and if no rapid reform is made, the country’s recovery will be in jeopardy.