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The results of a survey by the Labour Institute (INE) of the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE), which was published on July 17, highlighted how salary earners’ purchasing power has been limited.
The survey, conducted in cooperation with Alco over a sample of 1,100 salary-earners throughout Greece, revealed that for three out of four salaried workers have seen their income decline over the last year.
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