Greece’s M&A market stagnates during recession

EconomyFeatures Tags: Business, Corporates By: Omaira Gill

Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are an important element to corporate growth but one that Greece appears to be lacking.

The 15th edition of the Ernst & Young Global Global Capital Confidence Barometer which surveyed 1,700 company executives in 45 countries revealed that for 2017, businesses around the globe are looking at M&As as a means of developing their businesses.

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