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Editorial Ta Nea: Persuasion
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Editorial Ta Nea: Persuasion

The economy needs these tax cuts in order to achieve a high growth rate. Such relief measures are necessary in order to exit the crisis and for the economy not to fall into stagnation.

A tale of two strategies: Mitsotakis runs of tax cuts, jobs, unity as Tsipras says ND spells austerity
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A tale of two strategies: Mitsotakis runs of tax cuts, jobs, unity as Tsipras says ND spells austerity

Mitsotakis is running as the man who can re-unite a country deeply divided by the polarising strategy of a ruthless tactician.

Bank of Greece Governor calls for bad bank for NPL’s, fiscal discipline
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Bank of Greece Governor calls for bad bank for NPL’s, fiscal discipline

“Now that we have an improvement in the terms of borrowing for the Greek state, one should expect an improvement of the terms of borrowing for Greek banks.  We may now have fewer banks, but they are stronger and the future belongs to them,” Stournaras declared.

Mitsotakis wraps up campaign in Thessaloniki, blasts Tsipras on Prespes, handouts, security
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Mitsotakis wraps up campaign in Thessaloniki, blasts Tsipras on Prespes, handouts, security

Mitsotakis has vowed to abolish university asylum, to clean up Exarcheia, and to abolish furloughs for those serving multiple life sentences, such as the former N17 terrorist group’s top gun, Dimitris Koufodinas.

Tsakalotos: ‘We cut pensions, tried to make it less painful than right-wing would’
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Tsakalotos: ‘We cut pensions, tried to make it less painful than right-wing would’

'Above all, our objective is to bolster the social economy – including agricultural cooperatives and energy communities,' the finance minister said.

Finance Minister says he is more worried about Europe than Greece
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Finance Minister says he is more worried about Europe than Greece

Tsakalotos maintained that the government aims to tax the haves more than the have-nots who have borne the brunt of the crisis.