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The government is searching for a way to break out of the corner in which inflation and its own missteps have placed it, with the drive being led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis who promised more financial support for consumers as well as further tax cuts over the weekend.
Mitsotakis gave an interview to Skai TV in which he provided the local media with a number of headlines. These included his pledge to subsidise electricity bills for as long as necessary, although the PM indicated that he expects prices to start droppin...
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