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  • Government dampens expectations for handouts in PM's speech

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    In less than three weeks, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will attempt to set the tone for his government’s second term in office, when he delivers the keynote speech to mark the opening of this year’s Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), but aides have started to dial down expectations that the address will be an opportunity for the PM to make significant economic pledges.

  • Growing challenges await PM following summer break

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    As Greece reaches the peak of its summer, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis faces a daunting return from his vacation due to several government slip-ups over the last few weeks and a series of challenges that lie ahead.

  • Image: www.primeminister.gr Mitsotakis sets political tone for new term as well as unveiling policies

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    Apart from setting out the policies the new government intends to focus on over the next four years, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis used his speech on Thursday, at the start of a three-day debate on his administration’s programme, to set the political and ideological tone for New Democracy’s second term in office.

  • Image: https://www.primeminister.gr/ Early goals set as new cabinet gets to grips with tasks for ND's second term

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    The new cabinet, chosen by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis after his re-election on Sunday, is due to meet for the first time on Wednesday as the government looks to pick up where it left off in May and continue what the New Democracy leader has labelled the “transformation” of Greece.

  • Photo by MacroPolis BoG sees 2.2 pct growth in 2023 but warns new govt must stick to reforms


    In the Bank of Greece governor’s annual report for 2022, Yannis Stournaras outlined the progress that the economy made in 2022, although the year was marked by increased global uncertainty and the challenges posed by the conflict in Ukraine and price pressures stemming mainly from the energy sector.

  • Photo via http://www.oecd.org/ OECD sees recovery slowing, urges fiscal discipline


    OECD secretary-general Mathias Cormann visited Greece on Tuesday for a meeting with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis as the think-tank published its latest economic report about the Greek economy.

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