BoG sees 2.2 pct growth in 2023 but warns new govt must stick to reforms

Economy Tags: BoG, GDP, Reforms
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In the Bank of Greece governor’s annual report for 2022, Yannis Stournaras outlined the progress that the economy made in 2022, although the year was marked by increased global uncertainty and the challenges posed by the conflict in Ukraine and price pressures stemming mainly from the energy sector.

The central banker notes that in this unstable environment, policy credibility is paramount, hence the progress of the last few years needs to be safeguarded, reforms need to continue and a new reform roadmap will be needed by the new administration tha...

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