After submitting RRF plan, govt turns to challenges of delivery

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Environment, KINAL, New Democracy, Reforms, SYRIZA
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After officially submitting its national RRF plan to the European Commission this week, attention in Greece is turning to the challenges of implementation.

The Greek recovery plan was handed in on Wednesday by the head of the Greek permanent representation in Brussels. The plan consists of 106 investments and 67 reforms and runs to over 4,000 pages. Greece was among the first three countries to submit its ...

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