Greeks Leery of Debt-Relief Talks as They Brace for New Tax Wave

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  • Debt relief key to bringing down 3.5% primary surplus target
  • Data show almost quarter of Greeks jobless in February

Protesters gather during a protest rally against the latest reform measures demanded by Greece's creditors, in front of the Greek parliament building in Athens on May 8.

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Ioannis Plotas doesn’t share his prime minister’s belief that the start of debt-relief discussions on Monday is a step forward for Greece.

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