PM to unveil four-year growth plan at Thessaloniki International Fair

In his first appearance at the Thessaloniki International Fair as prime minister on Saturday night, Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to outline the basic parameters of a four-year plan under the slogan "Growth for all" with a series of tax reductions anticipated to feature in his speech.

Arriving in the northern port on Friday, Mitsotakis met with officials of Germany's Fraport, which is upgrading 14 of Greece's regional airports, for an update on the progress of a revamp of Thessaloniki's international airport.
The meeting was seen as symbolic as the premier is keen to underline his government's interest in drawing foreign investments to boost growth and create much-needed jobs.

Ahead of his speech before Greek politicians and industrialists at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Mitsotakis will tour the trade fair and is reportedly planning to visit the European Commission's...

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