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Tsipras boasts turning Grexit to 'Grinvest'

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Saturday that the country's Grexit status had changed and it was now attracting investors in droves. "In 2016, direct foreign investments were the highest in the last 10 years and in 2017 further improvement is expected," Tsipras said while inaugurating the Thessaloniki International Fair. "A French businessman who came to Greece with (French President Emmanuel Macron) this week approached me and told me that we have managed to transform Grexit to Grinvest not only for the French but for the rest of Europe," he said.
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