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Greek economy to grow by 3.5%-4.0% this year, says Greek think tank IOBE

The Greek economy will grow by 3.5-4.0 percent this year, according to the base scenario of developments, the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) said in report. The quarterly report, released on Tuesday, said that if the pandemic eased at a slower pace, hitting the tourist season, and if …

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Number of Greeks starting their own business is an increasing trend

More and more Greeks have started their own business in the last 1.5 years , a study has found. The easing of uncertainty and the economy’s improving growth prospects strengthened the number of new businesses in 2018, a trend that the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) believes has …

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BoG Governor: Greece’s Crisis Could Have Been Avoided, If…

“Greece’s path to current crisis wasn’t inevitable. The economic crisis could have been avoided, if the problems were addressed earlier.” Has the statement of Yiorgos Provopoulos, the Governor of Bank of Greece, shocked anyone in the debt-ridden country? I don’t think so. Some Greek commentators interpreted it in the context of the micro-cosmos …

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Survey: Greece still gloomiest after one year of bailout

Economic sentiment in Greece deteriorated for a second straight month in April, according to a survey showing the country’s consumers remain the most pessimistic in Europe a year after its EU/IMF bailout. Consumer confidence worsened after a three-month improvement as most Greeks cast doubt on recovery prospects and the survey …

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