Final budget sees 2.9 pct growth in 2024, primary surplus at 2.1 pct of GDP

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, Debt, GDP, MoF, Revenues
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The Finance Ministry submitted to Parliament the final budget for 2024, which sees growth picking up next year and a sizable primary surplus in line with the country’s fiscal commitments that support debt sustainability.

The Greek economy is estimated to grow by 2.9 pct next year, from 2.4 pct in 2023.

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