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Greece: Jobless Rate Could Reach 29% Next Year

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He said that the Siemens scandal revealed that the parties and political figures alternating in the government in the post-dictatorship period (New Democracy and PASOK) were both recipients of the kickback money.

Tsipras stressed that what the government was presenting as "profit" from the compromise with Siemens was "peanuts" compared with the losses suffered by the state.

Read more about the out-of-court settlement between the state and Siemens.

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