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PM wants no strings attached to EU funds as ND juggles with public finances
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis says he will insist on any EU funds aimed at helping the Greek economy recover from the coronavirus setback being free of any onerous terms as his government tries to manage the considerable fiscal impact of the support measures it has announced and the downturn in business caused by the pandemic.
The premier’s comment comes in the wake of his announcement regarding a new package of stimulus measures aimed at helping businesses facing liquidity problems. As these interventions pile up, the projections for Greece’s public finances are being erased...
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