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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Saturday that the country's Grexit status had changed and it was now attracting investors in droves.Two years after Tsipras's leftist government nearly crashed Greece out of the euro, and eight years after the country plunged into economic crisis, employment numbers are finally improving.Tsipras added his administration has created around 500,000 jobs since taking over in 2015 – "a record for the last 16 years" – and expects the economy to grow by nearly 2 percent this year.Greece has received 2 multibillion-euro rescues since 2010 but it has frequently complained of the IMF's demands for fiscal cuts and labour reform.
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