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PM unveils 'Greece 2.0' plan to use EU recovery funds, transform economy
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday unveiled the government’s plan for how it will make use of the European Union’s Recovery and Resilience Facility funds to remake the country’s economy after the damage wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.
The blueprint the prime minister presented, which the government has called “Greece 2.0”, includes around 170 investment projects and reforms to transform the economy. The centrepiece of the plan is to leverage the RRF funds with private investment, inc...
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