Draft 2023 budget sees growth cooling to 2.1 pct, primary surplus at 0.7 pct

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, Debt, GDP, MoF, Revenues
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The Finance Ministry tabled in Parliament on Monday the draft budget for 2023, in which Greece is seen growing by 2.1 pct in 2023 and securing a primary surplus of 0.7 pct of GDP, marginally below the stated commitments.

The economy is seen entering a more subdued dimension, with growth slowing down from the 5.3 pct expected this year and the 8.3 pct of 2021, following the recovery from the pandemic.

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