Practical directions for fuelling economic growth in Greece

From public consumption to private investment

Filling the investment gap is a new challenge for the Greek economy. In this report, PwC Greece discusses practical directions for the recovery of the Greek economy, based on five points:

  1. Stabilisation of the Greek tax system.
  2. Concentration of efforts in industries where Greece has a competitive advantage, such as tourism, ports and energy.
  3. Release of banking assets, which are currently blocked due to non-performing loans
  4. Utilisation of European community resources to finance major infrastructure projects through financial instruments.
  5. Separation of the public sector trading and non-trading activities.

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