Draft budget sees growth picking up in 2024, strong revenues driving primary surplus to 2.1 pct of GDP

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, MoF, Revenues
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The Finance Ministry tabled in Parliament on Monday the draft budget for 2024, with Greece seen growing by 3 pct in 2024 and securing a primary surplus of 2.1 pct of GDP.

The economy is seen maintaining its momentum, with growth rising from the 2.3 pct expected this year, though slower from the 5.9 pct of 2022 due to the recovery after the pandemic slump, at a more stable growth path.

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