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Tax cuts spearhead Mitsotakis's message in Thessaloniki
Claiming that Greece is “turning a page” and that the positive impact from the change in government is already visible, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced a range of tax cuts at the Thessaloniki Expo on Saturday and insisted that New Democracy will take the steps needed to boost investment and growth.
Mitsotakis repeated several tax pledges he made on the campaign trail and added a few measures that had not been previously announced, some of which will apply in the coming years rather than being included in the 2020 budget being drafted by the Financ...
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