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New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis has brushed off concerns that the lack of fiscal space might force him to change his plans for the economy, insisting that he will go ahead immediately with some of the tax cuts he has promised.
In an interview with Open TV on Thursday morning, the opposition chief indicated that a New Democracy government would not be deterred by the warnings from the lenders regarding Greece’s public finances veering off track due to SYRIZA’s handouts.
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