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Greek households are being warned about the possibility of steep hikes in their electricity bills this winter, as the government scrambles to cushion the effects of inflation across a range of basic goods.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis devoted a substantial section of his annual address to industry at the Thessaloniki International Fair to announcing measures intended to protect consumers from price rises in energy and in other areas of everyday life.
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