Finance Ministry grapples with escalating cost of pandemic
Pandemic drove 28.4 bln of bank loans into moratorium last year
Fitch keeps Greece at 'BB' rating as risks remain on horizon
PDMA highlights improving debt profile, targets 8-12 bln in new issues for 2021
BoG insists on need for bad bank, sees EU funds boosting recovery from 2021
Moody's upgrades Greece to 'Ba3' on back of reforms, warns of tricky period ahead
Govt extends 800-euro bonus, heralds loan payment holiday for individuals as well as firms
Only two days after announcing economic measures of up to 2 billion euros to support businesses and employees, while also making another 1.8 billion euros of European Union funds available, ministers unveiled further interventions on Friday.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis indicated in his latest public address on Thursday that the government would add another 3 billion euros from the budget to the 3.8 billion it had already pledged, and another 3 billion from the National Strategic Refe...
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