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Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos admitted in Parliament on Thursday that there would be “winners and losers” from any agreement the government reaches with its lenders on the measures and counter-measures needed to conclude the review but did not provide further details.
Tsakalotos appeared before MPs after much speculation about his mood following Monday’s Eurogroup. New Democracy in particular raised questions about why Tsakalotos had not made any public comments since Monday’s meeting. The finance minister responded ...
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