Survey of top CEOs in Greece shows increased optimism, FDIs in coming five-year period

12 June 2019
277 Views

A survey of 35 CEOs and top corporate executives in Greece shows an increased confidence that FDIs attracted by the country will continue to grow in the coming years, following almost a decade of economic decline.

The results of the survey, conducted for a second straight year by Metron Analysis in cooperation with Public Affairs & Networks, was presented at a seminar (invest.gr forum) in Athens on Monday regarding investments in the country, where the BoG also unveiled figures on FDIs over the past three years.

Specifically, eight out of 10 CEOs who responded in the survey said it was possible to very possible that their company will increase its investments in the country. Those that expressed a certainty over this prospect reached 60 percent in this survey, up from 53 percent in 2018.

Additionally, 86 percent said they are optimistic over the Greek economy’s growth prospects in the coming five-year period.

You may be interested

Cafes, restaurants reopening with strict safety rules
FINANCE
shares7 views
FINANCE
shares7 views

Cafes, restaurants reopening with strict safety rules

Panos - May 25, 2020

Greece’s cafes and restaurants are reopening for business on Monday following a long hiatus, as they closed just over two…

Sea transport to all Greek islands resumes
GREECE
shares12 views
GREECE
shares12 views

Sea transport to all Greek islands resumes

Panos - May 25, 2020

The reopening of traveling to and from all Greek islands resumed on Monday, as citizens had so far only been…

EU strongly condemns Turkish violations of Greek airspace and territorial water and oil drilling plans in Cypriot EEZ
DEFENCE
shares8 views
DEFENCE
shares8 views

EU strongly condemns Turkish violations of Greek airspace and territorial water and oil drilling plans in Cypriot EEZ

Panos - May 25, 2020

The EU Foreign Affairs Council expressed strong condemnation of the violations of Greek airspace and territorial waters of Greece, as…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.