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Tsipras tweaks message as chance of review compromise emerges
As speculation mounts that the Greek government is preparing for a compromise with the institutions that will lead to the conclusion of the review, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras presented a slightly more nuanced position during a stormy parliamentary debate on Wednesday night.
There is an increasing belief in Athens that the coalition will agree to legislate straight away a reduction in the tax-free threshold for personal incomes in order to clinch an agreement with the creditors. It appears that the ceiling will be brought d...
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