Podcast - How much is Greece getting out of the RRF?

Agora Contributor: Agora Podcast

In the wake of the Covid pandemic, the European Union launched the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) - a package of around 700 billion euros to help member states recover from the economic impact and build for the future.

Greece's portion of these funds is considered vital for the country's efforts to overcome the effects of its long economic crisis, as well as the disruption caused by the pandemic.

The Greek government dubbed its RRF-related scheme "Greece 2.0", claiming it would help transform the country.

A couple of years in, how is Greece 2.0 performing? Has it had a transformative effect? How much money is Greece absorbing and where is it being invested?

These are some of the questions that Nick Malkoutzis and MacroPolis features editor Georgia Nakou attempt to answer in this episode.

Useful Reading
MacroPolis - Great Expectations: Is Greece 2.0 hitting the target?

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