Katainen: Greece first in terms of Juncker plan benefits so far
Greece is in first place in terms of absorbing funds from the so-called Juncker plan, with total community-private sector funding totaling 5.2 billion euros, and with aggregate benefits reaching 18.2 billion euros.
The figures were presented on Wednesday in Brussels by European Commission Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness Jyrki Katainen, who said total outlays from the investment program have reached 371.2 billion euros.
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