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Opposition parties have criticised the government’s latest package of measures to support the economy, suggesting that it is too weak an intervention and will lead to wage cuts for many employees.
One of the central pillars of the package announced by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis earlier this week was the so-called “SYN-ERGASIA” scheme, which will see the state subsidise the wages of workers at companies that have been adversely affected by...
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