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Mitsotakis promises 'new normality,' lines up tax cuts straight away
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has set out his government’s priorities for the next four years, including the broad aim of establishing a new, post-crisis reality in Greece, but also with extensive reference to specific measures, with tax cuts leading the way.
In his speech on Saturday evening, Mitsotakis set out what he called “six truths” and focussed on the need for Greece to leave its economic crisis behind and grab the opportunity it has to grow and improve.
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