Δευτέρα, 17 Μαρτίου 2014

Αποκάλυψη: Συμμετείχαν και σύλλογοι στην έκθεση του ΟΟΣΑ .


  Σήμερα σε όλα τα φαρμακευτικά blogs παίζει ως πρώτο θέμα το γεγονός ότι η σύνταξη της έκθεσης του ΟΟΣΑ γράφτηκε στην ουσία από Έλληνες.

Εμείς αποκαλύπτουμε ποιοι συμμετείχαν στην έκθεση και κατέθεσαν προτάσεις και πραγματικά θα δείτε εκπλήξεις. 
Όπως θα δείτε για την έκθεση του ΟΟΣΑ εκτός από υπαλλήλους υπουργείων συμμετείχαν και θεσμικοί φορείς όπως το Τεχνικό Επιμελητήριο Ελλάδας, η Ένωση Τουριστικών Επιχειρήσεων, το Εμπορικό Επιμελητήριο, ο ΣΕΒ, η Ένωση Φαρμακευτικών Επιχειρήσεων ΜΥΣΥΦΑ(ΕΦΕΧ) και άλλοι σύλλογοι (δείτε παρακάτω το πρωτότυπο κείμενο).  ΑΠΩΝ ο ΠΦΣ. Είναι λογικό επομένως, να γράφει η έκθεση  για φάρμακα στα ΣΜ και άλλα πολλά καθώς δεν υπήρχε αντίλογος. Που βρίσκονταν ο πρόεδρος του ΠΦΣ. Φρόντισε τουλάχιστον να ενημερώσει τα υπουργικά κλιμάκια που συμμετείχαν στην έκθεση. Προφανώς όχι, γι αυτό τώρα τρέχει να συμμαζέψει τα ασυμμάζευτα τη τελευταία στιγμή σέρνοντας έναν ολόκληρο κλάδο σε κινητοποιήσεις. 
Η ανεπάρκεια του ΠΦΣ είναι πλέον δεδομένη και πρέπει να αναζητηθούν οι ευθύνες.

Είναι λογικό η τρόικα να επιμένει να εφαρμοστεί το 100% από τη στιγμή που η έκθεση συντάχτηκε από Έλληνες και από τη στιγμή που συμμετείχαν και θεσμικοί φορείς. Σαν να έχεις συντάξει ένα συμβόλαιο και όταν πας στο συμβολαιογράφο να το υπογράψεις λες ότι τελικά κάποια κομμάτια δεν τα θέλεις παρότι τα πρότεινες ο ίδιος !!!

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OECD Competition Assessment
Reviews: Greece
COMPETITION ASSESSMENT OF LAWS
AND REGULATIONS IN GREECE
This report is the result of a collective effort which started several years ago, but came to fruition
when the Competition Assessment of Laws and Regulations in Greece project was formally launched
in December 2013 in Athens, Greece under the auspices of the Minister of Development and
Competitiveness, HE Kostis Hatzidakis.
This project was financed by the European Social Fund, and was organised in the context of the technical
assistance provided by the Task Force for Greece. Our thanks go to the European Union Task Force for Greece
which provided support and contributed to the very difficult task of co-ordinating a project of this magnitude.
Our particular thanks go to the Hellenic Competition Commission (HCC) which supported the
project from its inception and contributed staff to work full-time for ten months with the project team.
In addition to the seconded HCC staff members we would like to thank Dimitris Loukas, Vice-
Chairman, Dionysia Xirokosta, Director-General, Lefkothea Nteka and Kelly Benetatou, Directors,
and Evi Chrysanthopoulou, Head of Unit, for all their preparatory work and for the follow-on support
by the HCC throughout the project.
We would like to thank the members of the High-level Committee (HLC) who participated in
meetings to discuss the findings of the report and who will be responsible for the dissemination and
advocacy of the recommendations in this report. The HLC was chaired by Serafim Tsokas, Secretary
General of the Ministry of Development and Competitiveness. The members were Socratis Alexiadis,
Secretary General of Urban Planning, Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change;
Athanasios Bousios, Secretary General of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Aegean; Spyros
Efstathopoulos, former Secretary General of Industry, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness;
Stefanos Komninos, Secretary General of Commerce, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness;
Anastasios Liaskos, Secretary General of the Ministry of Tourism; Dimitrios Melas, Secretary General
of Agricultural Policy and International Relations, Ministry of Rural Development and Food; Christina
Papanikolaou, Secretary General of Public Health, Ministry of Health; Georgios Stergiou, Secretary
General of Consumer Affairs and Secretary General of Industry, Ministry of Development and
Competitiveness; Harris Theocharis, Secretary General of Public Revenue, Ministry of Finance. The
following high-level officials also participated in meetings: Anastasia Markatou, Director of Tourist
Ports, Ministry of Tourism; and Yannis Pyrgiotis, Secretary General of Tourist Infrastructure and
Investments, Ministry of Tourism.
For outstanding co-ordination throughout the project we would like to thank Persa Pantermaraki,
government co-ordinator for the OECD Competition Toolkit Project who worked tirelessly to ensure
the co-ordination of the various and disparate bodies involved in the project; Effie Ioannou, Adviser to
the SG of Commerce who also participated in the co-ordination efforts; and Dimitrios Kolyvas,
Advisor to the SG of the Ministry of Development and Competitiveness who was in charge of coordinating
the meetings of the High-level Committee, and who helped support the project from within
the Secretary General’s office.
In addition, we would like to thank the following ministerial experts who participated actively in
the project by providing information, advice and feedback throughout the project: Giota
Anastasopoulou, Secretariat General of Public Works, Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and
Networks; Nikolaos Arvanitis, Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Aegean; Roubini
Bakopoulou, Secretariat General of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism; Stella Banteka, Secretariat General
of Public Revenue, Ministry of Finance; Georgia Bei, Secretariat General of Industry, Ministry of
Development and Competitiveness; Dimitris, Bourikos Secretariat General of Tax and Customs,
Ministry of Finance; Apostolos Daflos, Secretariat General of Consumer Affairs, Ministry of
Development and Competitiveness; Athanasios Dimakis, Secretariat General of Commerce, Ministry
of Development and Competitiveness; Georgios Dionysopoulos, Secretariat General of Consumer
Affairs, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Georgios Drosos, Secretariat General of
Industry, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Chrysoula Galakou, Secretariat General of
Commerce, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Konstantinos Georgoulakis, Secretariat
General of Energy and Climate Change, Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change; Irini
Gogou, Secretariat General of Energy and Climate Change, Ministry of Environment, Energy and
Climate Change; Natassa Kalogeropoulou, Secretariat General of Commerce, Ministry of
Development and Competitiveness; Athina Kalyva, Secretariat General of Public Revenue, Ministry
of Finance; Loukas Kapolos, Secretariat General of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism; Maria Karathanasi,
Secretariat General of Commerce, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Maria Kiposoglou,
Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Aegean; Andrianni Kokkini, Secretariat General
of Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Aggeliki Koskina, Secretariat
General of Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Eleni Kostopoulou,
Secretariat General of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism; Aristomenis Kotsakis, General Secretariat of
Public Revenue, Ministry of Finance; Eleni Koufosotiri, Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Maritime
Affairs and Aegean; Nikolaos Kouretas, Secretariat General of Environment, Ministry of
Environment, Energy and Climate Change; Vicky Kourou, Secretariat General of Public Works,
Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks; Aggeliki Kypreou, Secretariat General of
Agriculture, Ministry of Rural Development and Food; Angela Ladopoulou, Secretariat General of
Industry, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Aggeliki Michalopoulou, Secretariat General
of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism; Dionysia Mintza, Secretariat General of Agriculture; Alexandra
Nassou, Secretariat General of Commerce, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Christos
Nikolsky, Secretariat General of Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness;
Dimitra Panteleaki, Hellenic Food Authority (EFET), Ministry of Rural Development and Food ;
Panagiota Papadaki, Secretariat General of Agriculture, Ministry of Rural Development and Food;
Chrysoula Papadimitriou, Secretariat General of Agriculture, Ministry of Rural Development and
Food; Ioannis Poulos, Secretariat General of Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Development and
Competitiveness; Antonios Rapatzikos, Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Aegean;
Penny Stamouli, Secretariat General of Agriculture, Ministry of Rural Development and Food;
Evangelia Stavropoulou, Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks; Dionysia Stefanitsi,
General Chemistry Laboratory of the State, Ministry of Finance; Dimitris Tsaglakis, General
Secretariat of Tax and Customs, Ministry of Finance; Paraskevi Tsami, Secretariat General of
Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Paraskevas Tsiklidis, Secretariat
General of Commerce, Ministry of Development and Competitiveness; Spyros Tzimas, Secretariat
General of Energy & Climate Change, Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change;
Anastasia Varagouli, Hellenic Food Authority (EFET), Ministry of Rural Development and Food;
Anastasios Xanthopoulos, Secretariat General of Commerce, Ministry of Development and
Competitiveness; and Thalia Xiromeritou, Secretariat General of Public Works, Ministry of
Infrastructure, Transport and Networks. We also thank Kalliope Sampani, Director of EYSED
(Special Co-ordination and Implementation Office for co-founded actions in the field of Commerce),General Secretariat of Commerce and Theodore Papageorgiou, President of the Monitoring and
Acceptance Committee of the Project, from the Ministry of Development and Competitiveness.
We are especially grateful to the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP) which
provided us with office space for the duration of the project. In particular our thanks go to the
following staff members: Georgios Veis, President of ASEP; Kalliopi Stagka, Director; Dionisios
Alexandropoulos, Georgia Aravantinou, Andreas Christofidis, Alexandros Christopoulos, Ioannis
Georgiadis, Konstantinos Gotsis, Panos Deriziotis, Olga Klouvatou, Theocharis Stamatis, Dimitris
Strotos, Maria Tsalla and Charalambos Vougiouklis.
We would also like to thank the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV), its member companies
and all affiliated sectoral associations for their constructive collaboration and help. Namely we would
like to convey our thanks to the Federation of Hellenic Food Industries (SEVT), the Hellenic
Association of Chemical Industries, the Hellenic Steel Association, the Aluminium Association of
Greece, the Hellenic Association of Chemicals Industries and the Greek Industry of Detergents and
Soaps (SEVAS). Moreover, we would like to acknowledge the input of the Greek Association of
Branded Products and Manufacturers (ESVEP), the Institute of Retail Consumer Goods, Greece
(IELKA), the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE), the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises
(SETE), , , the Hellenic Retail and Business Association (SELPE), the Association of International
Freight Forwarders and Logistics Enterprises of Greece (SYNDDEL), the Association of
Pharmaceutical Companies of Non-Prescription Medicines (EFEX), the Hellenic Petroleum Marketing
Companies Association (SEEPE), the Efficient Consumer Response Association (ECR), the Hellenic
Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA), the Association of Advertising &
Communication of Greece (EDEE), Small Enterprises’ Institute of the Hellenic Confederation of
Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (IME GSEVEE), the Central Markets and Fishery
Organisation (OKAA), Piraeus Port Authority, McKinsey & Company, Fragiskos Armaos and Nikos
Manias.
The opinions expressed in the report do not necessarily reflect the views of the above mentioned
organisations or individuals.
The Competition Assessment Toolkit was developed by the Working Party no. 2 of the
Competition Committee with the input of members of many delegations to the OECD, both from
member and non-member jurisdictions. The materials were drafted at the OECD Secretariat under the
leadership of Sean F. Ennis, Senior Economist at the Competition Division. The Competition
Assessment Project in Greece was initiated by Frank Maier-Rigaud and Fiorenzo Bovenzi, both
formerly of the Competition Division.
The present report was edited by Ania Thiemann, Project Leader, and Federica Maiorano, Senior
Economist, at the OECD Competition Division in the Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs.
The project team in Athens consisted of Federica Maiorano, Senior Economist, Ania Thiemann,
Project Leader, Christos Genakos, Economist, Themis Eftychidou, Lawyer, Junior Competition
Expert, all OECD Competition Division; and Anna Gatziou, Lawyer, Evi Karkani, Lawyer, Nikolaos
Lionis, Economist, Fotis Papadopoulos, Economist and Giannis Stefatos, Economist, under
secondment from the Hellenic Competition Commission. Also participating were Svet Danchev and
Nikos Paratsiokas from IOBE who worked full time with the project team for six months. The project
team was led by Ania Thiemann and Federica Maiorano, with office support from Christina
Anagnostopoulou, OECD Competition Division. Everybody on the team contributed to the report,
with additional research carried out by Elias Demian, Konstantinos Peppas, Sophia Stavraki, Fotini
Thomaidou, Aggelos Tsakanikas and Michail Vassileiadis from IOBE.Specialist advice on competition assessment was provided by; John Davies, Head of the
Competition Division; Patricia Hériard-Dubreuil, Deputy Head of Division and Sean Ennis.
Special thanks go to those who took the time to review the text and provided useful comments
and feedback. The reviewers were Claude Giorno and Alain de Serres, the Economics Department;
Peter Avery, Consumer Policy Division and Alain Dupeyras, Tourism Policy Division, all OECD.
The report was edited for publication by Barbara Zatlokal, and prepared for publication by Ania
Thiemann; Erica Agostinho, Communications Assistant; Edward Smiley, Publications Officer; and
Kate Lancaster, Editor.

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