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Three demands that could fetch 6 billion euros

EIRINI CHRYSOLORA

The government’s negotiation plan for the ongoing fifth post-bailout assessment of the Greek economy provides for investments totaling 3.4 to 4 billion euros and fiscal space for tax breaks worth 2 billion euros in 2021 and 2022, as well as scope for even more tax cuts in case of overperformance.

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A new paradigm

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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ nomination for Greece’s next president, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, was not based on partisan criteria (nor was it driven by inner-party concerns, for that matter).

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Athens vies for best destination

Athens is among the 20 nominees for Europe’s best destination in 2020, being voted on by users of the website European Best Destinations in association with the continent’s largest travel agencies.

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Navy records historic shipwrecks in diving expedition

The Greek Navy completed the first phase of a diving exhibition to examine and record the current state of historic shipwrecks in the seas of Skaramanga, Saronic Gulf and Lakki, Leros, the Hellenic Navy General Staff (HNGS) said in a statement Wednesday.

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Tsitsipas ready to live the dream again in Melbourne

With Melbourne’s large Greek community certain to come out and support him in large numbers, the Australian Open is the closest Stefanos Tsitsipas will come to a home Grand Slam and the young gun is determined to put on a show for his fans.

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Cayetano | Athens | January 31

Innovative Greek trip-hop, downtempo and freestyle DJ and composer Giorgos Bratanis, aka Cayetano, returns to the St Paul's Sessions roster of pioneering musicians with a new project that will be presented to the public for the first time.