Greek SMEs continue to have bleak view of their future


The vast majority of small and medium-sized businesses are in a more difficult financial position than ever before and there is a risk that the overall job losses in the sector could hit 55,000 in 2016, a study by the country’s small and medium-business association has claimed.

In its latest six-month study of the economic climate affecting SMEs, the Small Enterprises’ Institute (IME) of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (GSEVEE) said that while some figures suggest the Greek economy has ente...

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