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Will new prime minister introduce a more market friendly economy to Greece?

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Will new prime minister introduce a more market friendly economy to Greece?

Will new prime minister introduce a more market friendly economy to Greece?

The centre-right New Democracy won a decisive victory in Greece's snap election last night, beating the leftist Syriza party to win an absolute majority in parliament.

Leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis will become prime minister.

He told supporters "the country proudly raises its head again".

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