Stability Programme sees improved growth, primary surplus above 2 pct from 2024

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, Debt, EC, GDP
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Greece submitted to the European Council and the European Commission the latest Stability Programme of 2023, covering the 2024-2026 period, in line with the Council regulations. 

The fiscal stance is at the core of the programme, with the Greek authorities anticipating a primary surplus of 1.1 pct of GDP this year, slightly improved from the 0.7 pct that was in the latest submitted budget. 

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