Underwhelming GDP highlights investment falling short of mark

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: ELSTAT, GDP
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The signs that the Greek economy has been slowing were evident in previous GDP releases for 2023, as minor movements were recorded during the year and, after the latest revision, the first quarterly drop was seen in Q3. There was a minor 0.1 pct contraction, not seen since Q2 2020 when the pandemic dealt a serious blow to the economy.

The QoQ movement in Q1 was unchanged, it was up by 1.1 pct in Q2 and the economy had marginal gains of 0.2 pct in the last quarter of 2023.

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