14th Annual CEO Survey - Greek report

Greek CEOs see hard times ahead but regain confidence for the next 3 years
They expect tax increases to slow domestic economic growth

The CEOs in Greece are extremely concerned about the immediate future but are more confident about their companies’ prospects for revenue growth in the next three years. This is one of the key findings of PwC’s 14th Annual Global CEO Survey. The Greek report has been conducted by PwC in Greece for the first time and includes interviews of 33 CEOs representing market leaders in different sectors.

Specifically, when asked how confident they were about the next 12 months, 72% of the Greek CEOs replied not confident to the contrary of CEOs from Western Europe and globally whose confidence for future growth has returned to nearly pre-crisis levels. But the Greek CEOs remain cool, yet sceptical, and seem to regain their confidence for some future growth in the next three years.


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