Εcon minister: Greece attracted roughly four bln€ in FDIs in 2017

12 January 2018
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Greek Economy Minister Dimitri Papadimitriou, in statements to the public broadcaster on Wednesday, said foreign direct investments in Greece last year will hover at a four billion euros, as figure he said at the pre-crisis level of 2006.

“For 2018 we already have four strategic investments that are already in various stages (of implementation), and which correspond to 400 million euros…” he said.

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