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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras began on Tuesday his latest effort to focus attention on a positive narrative for Greece, which is a message he hopes that he can carry into the autumn.
On a visit to the Papastratos tobacco factory near Athens, he claimed that growth is on course to reach close to 2 percent of GDP this year (the budget foresees growth of 1.8 percent) and that the unemployment rate could fall below 20 percent next year.
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