It is common knowledge that major investments are needed for Greece to definitively exit the crisis and stagnation.
Analysts and experts say that Greece needs about ten billion euros in investments annually to reach a growth rate that will allow the country to make up lost ground.
Instead, we see that efforts to attract investment usually reach an impasse.
Steps will be taken to ensure that not a single person's pension is lowered by revisions to the pension calculation rules that took effect at the start of 2019, Labour and Social Policy Minister Bisser Petkov said following an extraordinary meeting with Prime Minister Boyko Borrisov on 19th of March, reports BNT.
The Italian Trade Agency (ITA) has concluded a research on logistical and economic opportunities for Italian companies investing in Turkey.
Foreign investors have continued to add Turkish assets to their portfolios, the latest data from the country's Central Bank showed on Feb. 7.
Economic growth will decelerate across advanced and emerging market economies, Moody's has said, noting that contractions in Turkey and Argentina, as well as a slowdown in China amid an escalation in trade war, will pull down aggregate G-20 emerging growth in 2019.
Investors appear wary of the expansion of listed group Motor Oil into the domain of the media. The company's stock, one of the most reliable and stable securities on the Greek stock market, started sliding on the day after the announcement of the acquisition of a 50 percent stake in broadcaster Alpha TV, shedding almost 20 percent of its value in just two days.