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Greek Writers Object To Lifting Of Book Price Controls

Posted at 7:51AM Friday 07 Feb 2014

Austerity policies in Greece have a new enemy — but it's one which prefers intellectual debate to angry street demonstrations.

Leading Greek writers and publishers gathered at a bookstore in central Athens on Tuesday to express their opposition to the proposed lifting of price controls on books sold in the economically depressed country.

ekathimerini.com




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