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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is travelling to Paris on Thursday for a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron. Having managed public expectations for any breakthrough on relaxing fiscal targets, the trip is being pitched as part of a charm offensive to convince European leaders that Greece has turned a new page on reforms, and is a safe destination for business.
The agenda is expected to focus heavily on investments, including the government’s privatisation plans and particularly those with scope for participation by French companies, such as the Public Power Corporation (PPC), Hellenic Petroleum and water comp...
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