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Trailing in the opinion polls ahead of the European and local elections on May 26, the government appears to be searching for more policies that will appeal to voters and prevent SYRIZA from suffering a crushing defeat next month.
Reports on Wednesday suggest that the government is lining up a clutch of new measures aimed at relieving the pressure on individual taxpayers and businesses. According to left-leaning Efimerida ton Syntakton, this relates to reductions in income tax, V...
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