Greece received 37.6 billion euros in investments between June 2012 to June 2014, according to a Center of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE) ongoing analysis.
KEPE leader Nikolaos Filippas stated to Eleftheros Typos, "However we have many examples, like those of (former) Hellenikon (airport) and Oxia properties, which have been postponed due to court proceedings".
Filipas added, "On privatizations, there were definitely significant delays while the interest was limited, mainly because of the increased risk and low credit rating of the country".
The KEPE chief claimed that the agency's approximations are comparable to the Greek government's 2015 draft budget, concerning the economic growth rate, which is predicted to enlarge by 2.9%. A growth rate of 1.85% has been forecasted for the initial three months of 2015, while a 2.07% growth rate has been anticipated for the following quarter.
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