On Thursday Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras presented the five priorities that Greece has to adopt, based on the lessons and experience from the past, to reshape the country’s future, ANA reports.
Addressing an Economist conference on “200 Years of Economic Survival”, Staikouras noted these priorities were: building a new productive model, implementing a balanced fiscal policy, further deepening of institutional quality, shaping an environment of unity, as well as cultivating dynamism and a sense of national self-confidence.
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Original article: Finance Minister presents five priorities for reshaping Greece’s future.