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With New Democracy and SYRIZA locked in an intense verbal battle over alleged scandals, the impact of the coronavirus on the Greek economy has moved down the political agenda for now.
Nevertheless, there was a reminder on Wednesday about the seriousness of the situation Greece faces as the toll the pandemic has taken on the local economy becomes clearer. Finance Minister Christos Staikouras said in a radio interview that he expects G...
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