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Kyriakos Mitsotakis heads to the Thessaloniki Expo this weekend with a spring in his step after his growth narrative, which will play a key role in his speech on Saturday, was seemingly given a thumbs-up from voters as well as words of encouragement from two key figures.
Apart from announcing the second round of tax cuts the government is lining up, the prime minister also aims to explain to the audience in Thessaloniki how New Democracy plans to remove barriers to doing business in Greece and attract more investment.
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