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Posts on December 2022
Tracking Greece's fiscal performance
The Covid-19 pandemic is slowly fading into the background, with the energy disruption from Russia’s invasion in Ukraine taking its place as the most acute challenge for economic and fiscal policy. In this final blog for 2022, we want to take stock of where the budgetary situation stands, and what we can say about underlying trends.
Contributor: Bob Traa & Jens Bastian
Categories: Economy (314), Greece (469)