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Greece may be forced into 6-day workweek

Athens : Greece | Sep 05, 2012 at 5:28 PM PDT
Source: NY Daily News
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Eurozone lenders say that Athens must introduce a six-day workweek, in addition to standardized minimum wage and overtime limits. Greece may soon see one-day weekends if its government bows to its creditors' demands. Eurozone lenders say that Athens must introduce a six-day workweek in exchange... FULL ARTICLE AT NY Daily News
 
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