Greece’s taxi drivers to strike on Thursday
Greek taxi drivers will hold a 24-hour strike on Thursday to protest the government’s proposed tax reform bill.
The strike will start at 05.00 on Thursday morning and last until 05.00 on Friday morning.
In a separate labour action, trolleybus employees will hold a work stoppage on Wednesday, from 11.00 to 16.00, to attend their union’s general meeting to discuss, among others, social security and labour issues.
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