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ND hopes economy will pick up as second stage of lockdown easing begins
The second phase of easing the lockdown restrictions was launched on Monday, with the Greek government hoping that this will contribute to economic activity picking up again.
Just over 66,000 businesses were due to re-open. This is around 25 pct of the companies and stores that were forced to close in March. According to the government, this means 155,962 employees, or 22.5 pct of the total who had their contracts suspended,...
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