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Key players in new Greek gov't strike moderate tone but bailout strategy won't change
The new government has had a turbulent first few days as European leaders, international media and markets displayed unease at SYRIZA’s first moves in office. However, this scepticism is unlikely to lead to an immediate shift in tone or direction for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his ministers.
After announcing the end to the previous government’s privatisation programme, rolling back of liberalisation measures and showing no intention of asking for an extension to the troika bailout, the SYRIZA-led coalition saw the Greek stock market tumble ...
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