Greece, like the rest of the world, is preparing for a gradual exit from the crisis caused by the pandemic, receiving impetus from monetary and fiscal interventions worldwide, as well as from developments in the health field, despite the uncertainties about the evolution of the pandemic that continue to exist.
In fact, according to the research conducted by Grant Thornton for Greek business, optimism seems to have returned to Greek businessmen while at the same time the belief has been formed that the worst in terms of the negative effects of the pandemic on the economy have now been overcome.
The levels of optimism among Greek businessmen even in the previous 12 months, despite being tested, were at higher levels than those of European and other businessmen, while from the 3rd quarter of 2020 onwards they are improving and today there is an expectation that Greek companies will move in growth trajectory in the coming months.
This optimism stems, among other things, from the ability of companies to adapt to the current conditions, to show sufficient resilience and to distinguish opportunities.
At the same time, the adoption of innovative products and services, the digital development as well as the utilization of the available resources from the Recovery Fund, are estimated to give the necessary impetus needed by Greek business to successfully move to the future of the domestic and global economy.
Read all of Grant Thornton’s research here
Source From: Capital
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