Foreign Direct Investments will Exceed 4 Billion Euros in 2017

Foreign Direct Investments will Exceed 4 Billion Euros in 2017

All economic indicators show an improvement of economic outlook and point to an increase in competitiveness and revival of economic activity, according to the Economy Ministry's monthly bulletin.
Foreign direct investments are expected to exceed 4 billion euros in 2017, the ministry said. All economic indicators as well as economic activity rose in the last three months and as a result GDP growth is expected to be higher in the third quarter and meet the annual growth target of 1.8% in 2017, it added.
 The recent publication of the World Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on competitiveness, which showed Greece at 87th place in the international ranking, lower compared to 2016, has given way to multiple criticisms of the country's ability to attract investments and return to growth.

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