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Alexis Tsipras did not spring any surprises during his speech at the Thessaloniki Expo (DETH) on Saturday, when he made a range of promises, particularly regarding his government’s fiscal plans, that were largely within the expectations that had been cultivated in previous weeks.
The prime minister heralded a series of cuts to taxes and contributions, some employment subsidies and an imminent increase to the minimum wage. Most of these measures had been leaked to the media in the build-up to DETH, with government officials stres...
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