Record FDI flow into Greece raises bar, but is it sustainable?

EconomyFeatures Tags: Business, Construction, GDP, Privatisations, Property By: Georgia Nakou
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Greece has reported record flows of inward investment in 2021 and looks set to exceed the amount again in 2022.

This positive development has been greeted with enthusiasm by the government, which sees foreign direct investment (FDI) as critical to reversing a legacy of underinvestment in the economy, while viewing it as a validation of its efforts to make Greece ...

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