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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is putting the finishing touches to the package of policy pledges he is due to make at the Thessaloniki Expo (DETH) on Saturday, but his government has already taken the first, partly symbolic, step in restoring workers’ rights.
Labour Minister Efi Achtsioglou signed on Monday a series of ministerial decisions that extends the sectoral contracts in four sectors of the economy to workers that were not previously directly covered by the agreements. Around 75,000 workers in total ...
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