The upturn of Greek economy is confirmed once more by the national bank of Greece, according to the relevant data indicating the “vertical” increase of foreign direct investments in Greece for 2021, even in comparison to the pre-COVID era.
Specifically, as it is highlighted in an announcement by Enterprise Greece, according to the data issued by the National Bank of Greece, the inputs of direct foreign investments in Greece for 2021 exceeded the amount of 5 billion Euro, presenting significant increase not only in relation to 2020 (inputs amounting to 2,9 billion Euro) but comparatively to 2019 (inputs amounting to 4 billion Euro) a well. Hence, comparatively a total increase of 13% has been observed. As it has also been recorded in the survey “EY Attractiveness Survey” which was conducted by Ernst &Young the performance of Greece in the investment sector for the past three years have highlighted Greece as one of the 10 most attractive countries regarding FDI.
Despite the controversies caused by the pandemic, Enterprise Greece preserved its dynamic presence to the investment sector with the results justifying the enterprises predictions. In combination with the Greek market extroversion and the impetus offered by the local political attractiveness regarding foreign capitals and investment, the proper conditions for the maintenance of Greece’s strong presence in the real estate sector is shaped.
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