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After the government’s charm offensive in the wake of the Prespes Agreement, centred on the increase to the minimum wage and the bond issue, New Democracy is attempting to wrestle back the initiative as it begins to announce its list of candidates for the next elections.
SYRIZA has held up the two latest developments, the minimum wage being raised by 11 percent to 650 per month and the over-subscription for the five-year bond, which raised 2.5 billion euros at a yield of 3.6 percent, as tangible signs that its post-MoU ...
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