“Having done away with the most extreme versions of populism, Greece’s foremost challenges remain economic… Achieving stronger economic growth is key. In the medium and longer term, Greece needs to continue, consolidate and expand the reforms that will allow it to complete the shift to a greater reliance on the tradable (as opposed to the non-tradable) sectors of the economy, with a greater and more systematic export-orientation, and an emphasis on higher-technology, higher value-added activities”, writes Prof. George Pagoulatos According in the article “Greece: On a new “mission impossible”?”. Prof. Pagoulatos suggests reforms and improvements in a wide array and highlights the need of foreign direct investment flows on an ongoing basis.

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