Draft 2023 budget sees growth cooling to 2.1 pct, primary surplus at 0.7 pct
Despite PMI rise of 0.9 pts in Sept, manufacturing stays in contraction for third month
Unemployment stable at 12.2 pct in August despite strong tourism season
Producer prices up by 39.5 pct in Aug, reversing trend of monthly drops
Retail sales grow by 11.9 in Jul, but volume data continues to tell different story
Economic sentiment recovers 3.4 pts in Sept, buoyed by rise in services
Credit growth at 2.8 pct in Apr, highest in 13 months
Credit movement in the Greek private sector accelerated to 2.8 percent year-on-year (YoY) in April, from 1.6 percent in March, and 1.4 percent in February, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures released on Friday showed.
The growth in credit expansion had remained broadly stable after reaching a peak of 3.7 pct in February last year. The latest growth figure is the highest since March last year, when growth stood at 2.9 percent.
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