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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gave a wide-ranging televised interview on Wednesday night in an apparent attempt to build on Tuesday’s bond issue and make one last attempt to win back some support before things wind down for August.
Although the premier touched on several issues, including the coming years, he did not make any particularly triumphalist statements or bold pledges regarding the future, although he did herald the possibility of further tax cuts or spending increases i...
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