Travel balance of 14.13 bln to Sep beats 2019 record
Budget sees Greece outdoing peers with 1.8 pct growth, 0.7 pct primary surplus in 2023
Travel receipts almost double, but current account deficit rises by 78 pct in 9M
Industrial turnover grows by 23.5 pct in Sep for lowest rise since end-2022
Public debt records back-to-back quarterly drops, falling to 393.49 bln in Q3
Job market slows this year as 67,202 fewer jobs created up to Oct
Budget primary surplus at 1.51 bln end-May, revenues fall short by 978 mln
Greece’s budget execution figures confirmed the 5-month primary surplus was at 1.51 million - more than double compared to last year’s 707 million, according to the Finance Ministry (MoF) final budget bulletin released on Thursday.
Revenues (before tax refunds) fell significantly by 23.6 percent in May to 2.92 billion, its lowest reading so far this year. Following an outperformance of more than 450 million in the preceding two months. revenues fell short target 1.05 billion in May.
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