ATHENS (Reuters) – With his red beanie hat plus rickety three-wheeler, 56-year-old Dimitris cuts an unlikely figure because he dives head-first into the trash to scour for scrap inside Athens's rich suburbs. The unemployed builder is regarded as the some Greeks to defy taboos by becoming a scrap dealer inside a nation where the job is considered the lowly domain of illegal migrants. But Dimitris, that worked about construction websites for 42 years before losing his job, has grown proud of the trade he turned to because a last resort to create ends meet throughout Greece's worst financial crisis inside years. …
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