Budget sees Greece outdoing peers with 1.8 pct growth, 0.7 pct primary surplus in 2023

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, Debt, GDP, MoF, Revenues
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The Finance Ministry tabled in Parliament on Monday the final budget for 2023, which - despite the global challenges - sees Greece outperforming EU peers and avoiding a recession, while also delivering a primary surplus.

Growth for next year is seen at 1.8 pct, a minor revision from the 2.1 pct seen in the draft budget last month, and ahead of the recent forecast by the European Commission of 1 pct.

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