The gross domestic product (GDP) estimated for 2017 was 856.726 billion lei current prices, rising in real terms by 7pct compared to 2016, according to the semi-final data published on Thursday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).
Compared with the provisional version, in the semi-final version, the nominal gross domestic product estimated for 2017 decreased by 0.2pct.
The London based, The Legatum Institute, published the 12th Legatum Prosperity Index at the end of November. The index is a leading indicator of economic and social wellbeing in the 149 nations covered. "This is a tool for leaders around the world to help set their agendas for growth and development.
While turnover remained subdued on the Greek stock market on Friday following the Thanksgiving holiday in the US on Thursday, banks' 4 percent rise managed to take the benchmark back above the 600-point mark.
The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index ended at 602.60 points, adding 0.65 percent to Thursday's 598.73 points. On a weekly basis it conceded 3.69 percent.
Europe-wide concerns at the looming prospect of a British exit from the European Union without a prior agreement on terms have been affecting local stocks all week, and Friday was no exception, while the continuing sell-off of shares in the three banks that will exit the MSCI Standard index has taken the banks index down to a new 33-month low.
A handful of blue chips carried the benchmark at the Greek bourse higher on Tuesday, a defensive move that boosted stock prices from lows that dragged the main index down to near 610 points.
The Athens Exchange (ATHEX) general index ended at 629.84 points, adding 1.78 percent to Monday's 618.84-point closing. The large-cap FTSE-25 index contracted 0.20 percent to 1,633.63 points.