Greece's Economic Climate Index Improves Last Month According to the Commission
The Commission's investigation, which took place in the first two weeks of February, announced increased confidence between European businesses and service providers as well as consumers.
As a result, the eurozone economic climate index rose to 103.5 points in February from 102.6 points in January, hitting its highest level since May 2019.
Correspondingly, the index prices in Greece rose to 113.2 points, prompting the Treasury to issue the following Press Release.
"The Economic Climate Index improved in February to 113.2 points.
This performance is the highest in the last 20 years since December 2000.
It shows that the Government's current financial plan, within the existing framework, manages the long-term sacrifices of households and businesses and public finances are moving in the right direction.
Of course, the global problem with the coronavirus also puts the Greek economy in a difficult position.
To deal with the problem at the lowest social and economic cost requires calm and rationalization.
The upward course of the Greek economy should be safeguarded. "