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Priorities (April 2021)

Going for Growth 2021 - Greece

The COVID-19 crisis adds urgency to addressing Greece’s long-standing challenge of boosting investment and productivity to diversify the economy and improve job creation. Despite continued progress in reform efforts, such as digitalising the public administration, red tape, low-quality regulations, and a slow justice system mar the business environment. Coupled with significant gaps in the workforce’s skills, these inhibit firm growth and discourage innovation and investment.

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2021 Structural Reform Priorities

  • Improve investment climate: Enhance efficiency and effectiveness of public administration and the legal system
  • Financial system and investment: Restore banks’ health and improve the execution of the public investment budget
  • Labour market: Strengthen active labour market programmes
  • Education and skills: Improve the quality of childhood education, schools and tertiary education
  • Social protection: Modernise programmes, targeting and administration

 

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