Balance of payments shows shipping on course for bumper year, but economic benefits unclear
One unicorn does not a Silicon Valley make: positive news on startup front also highlights limitations
Impact of inflation already widespread, but data suggests worse to come
Discussion over PEPP, SGP draw attention to rising yields
Post-Covid era dawns on new landscape for bad debt in Greece
Company closures dropped sharply during the pandemic
Greece maintaining investors' interest, EY survey finds
The survey was conducted between 16-30 October this year. It found that compared to the survey in May, the percentage of executives who expect a net reduction in their investment has been reduced to 42 percent from 66 percent.
Another 10 percent expect that their investment plans will increase (up from 0 percent), and 17 percent expect them to remain unchanged (from 11 percent).
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