Great Expectations: Is Greece 2.0 hitting the target?

EconomyFeatures Tags: Banking, Business, GDP, RRF By: Georgia Nakou
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Funding from the EU’s Recovery and Resilience Facility has been central to shaping expectations of economic recovery in Greece as the country emerges from its ten-year economic crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic.

As the programme reaches its halfway point, we are in a good position to assess whether the programme is living up to its promise, or whether critics are right to question the government’s handling of the funds.

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