Building permits up 5 pct in 2022, moderating from 26.6 pct rise in previous year
Credit growth slows in Feb, loans balance stable at 113.35 bln
Feb sees back-to-back drops in deposits, landing 6 bln off recent high
Budget primary surplus of 4.2 bln in Feb beats target on back of higher VAT, income taxes
Strong start for travel receipts in Jan, rising by 72 pct YoY to 224.2 mln
Industrial turnover rises 17.7 pct YoY in Jan, but falls sharply MoM at home and abroad
PBO sees economy making soft landing, but facing challenges ahead
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) released its latest quarterly report on Tuesday, which highlights some of the concerns for the coming year despite notable progress on the fiscal and economic front this year.
Fiscally, Greece had a sounds year, thanks to the growing economy and the effects of inflation, with the fiscal picture improving by more than 12 billion euros year-on-year. As such, the fiscal goals for this year appear secure.
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