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Cost of living, Patsis scandal close ND-SYRIZA difference

The cost of living and the scandal with -now ex New Democracy- MP Andreas Patsis cast a shadow at the ruling conservative party which sees its rates in  in public opinion polls in decline. Difference between ruling ND and main opposition left-wing SYRIZA dropped  to 6.1% in a poll conducted …

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Supermarkets in Greece pledge to contain price increases on 50 products

Supermarkets operating in Greece on Wednesday pledged to present by the end of the month a “basket” of 50 different products necessary for a household’s living for which they will seek to contain any price increases. An application will facilitate consumers to check and compare the prices these 50 food …

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Greece’s annual inflation rate jumps to 4.8% in November

Greece’s annual inflation rate jumped to 4.8% in November from 3.4% in October and after a -2.1% reading in November 2020, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Friday. The European Statistics Authority EUROSTAT had said on Nov 30 that Greece’s annual inflation was expected to rise to 4.3% in November -see …

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SYRIZA blames Gov’t for soaring prices, high toll of Covid-deaths outside ICU

Main opposition party SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance blames the government for soaring prices and the high toll of Covid-related deaths outside the ICUs. In a spot, the main opposition party urges for a series of measures for the benefit of the society. In a spot SYRIZA demands decrease of the special tax …

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Gov’t to discipline Greeks with “healthy eating, no smoke & alcohol, exercise”

Ηealthy eating, weight control, abstinence from smoking and alcohol and regular exercise: the Greek government and the Prime Minister are determine to teach Greeks health living, good prevention and discipline. According to state-run news agency amna, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis underlined during a cabinet meeting: “prevention is very important and …

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