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Mitsotakis' campaign for new investments, from Davos to New York

Invitation for investment from the Prime Minister to businesses, banks and fund management firms. Who he will see at the World Economic Forum and the JP Morgan conference.

The Greek government is betting on the Greek economy moving forward through further attracting investments, with the Prime Minister marking specific dates in his agenda with crucial appointments and speeches beyond the country's borders.

This was preceded by the roadshow of Morgan Stanley and the Athens Stock Exchange last November in London, with Kyriakos Mitsotakis participating in a series of events, with the recovery of the investment grade and the practical restoration of market confidence in the Greek economy in his baggage.

The aim of the government staff is to ensure Greece's presence in the decision-making centres of Europe, America and Asia, alongside efforts to further strengthen economic cooperation with neighbouring Turkey through the upcoming Greek-Turkish Business Forum.

From Davos to New York

Already at the top of the Prime Minister's agenda are a series of meetings with leading foreign investors in Davos - on 18 January - in the context of the World Economic Forum, as well as executives of multinational business groups from all sectors of the economy and technology.

The central narrative in all contacts for Kyriakos Mitsotakis is, on the one hand, the highlighting of investment opportunities in our country and, on the other hand, the stable economic environment and the change of direction of the Greek economy towards international markets.

This will be followed - on January 24 - by the Prime Minister's visit to New York, in order to participate in the Greek investment conference of JP Morgan, where he will meet, among others, with the CEO of the leading American bank, Jamie Dimon.

The prospects of the Greek banking system are expected to dominate the interest of investors, while it is indicative that Mr Mitsotakis will be accompanied in the American metropolis by the boards of directors of the Greek systemic banks that will travel with him.

Contacts with representatives of leading investment houses (Fidelity, BlackRock, Capital, Lazard, etc.) are expected at the New York conference. In addition to the bank executives, top executives of many listed companies will be present.

The Greek government is also showing similar interest in the Asian market in an effort to create more economic "alliances", with his associates recalling the recent visit to our country by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where the foundations were laid for upgrading and strategic cooperation with the 5th largest economy of the world, putting Greece in the frame of investment interest, as India's gateway to the European Union.

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