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The government is hoping that the visit of EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni will provide an opportunity for Athens to argue its case for greater fiscal space in the coming months and years.
As New Democracy goes in search of more room to cut taxes, though, the opposition is upping the pressure over increases to the minimum wage and the imminent expiry of the scheme protecting main homes from foreclosure.
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