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OECD: Foreign Direct Investments in Greece jumped 62% in 2021-2023

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Greece has increased sharply over the last three years compared to the previous period, according to the latest Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) report "FDI in Figures".
From an average of 4.15 billion dollars in the three-year period 2017-2019, it reached 6.7 billion dollars in the three-year period 2021-2023, marking an increase of 62% as the Greek economy recorded significant growth rates.
In 2020, FDI had fallen to 3.2 billion dollars, but this was due to the coronavirus pandemic that led to a halt in economic activity, with global FDI plunging 58% in that year.

Real Estate Sector Attracts 1.64 bln€ in FDIs in 2023

Greece’s real estate sector continues to attract foreign interest, according to the most recent Bank of Greece (BoG) figures, either through the resilient “Golden Visa” program or residents of EU countries interested in retirement or semi-retirement in the country.

  • Published in Greece

Greek economy: The challenges of the next day for the new economic staff

The next economic staff of the government is expected to dive straight into the "deep" (even if someone remains from the previous administration), as there are a number of critical issues, which will concern the Greek economy, until the end of 2023. What is certain is that any issues will be dealt with in the light of the restoration of fiscal rules from 2024, which were "relaxed" during the pandemic and will remain so until the end of 2023. After all, within the next period the Commission is expected to arrive at the new framework of the Stability and Development Program.

  • Published in Economy
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