Manufacturing posts back to back growth in March as PMI rises to 52.8 pts

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Greece’s Manufacturing PMI remained in expansion territory in March, rising to 52.8 points, from 51.7 points in February, according to S&P Global data released on Monday.

This is the second month on the bounce that the conditions in the Greek manufacturing sector have improved, leading to the strongest rate of growth since May 2022.

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