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"Greece 2.0" plan currently includes 372 projects worth 13.5 bln euros

Finance Alternate Minister Theodore Skylakakis signed decisions to include another 142 projects worth 3.28 billion euros in the Greece 2.0 plan, of which 21 were related to Green transition.

A total of 372 projects, worth 13.5 billion euros, have already been included in the subsidy programme of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan "Greece 2.0", currently underway.

Finance Alternate Minister Theodore Skylakakis signed decisions to include another 142 projects worth 3.28 billion euros in the Greece 2.0 plan, of which 21 were related to "Green transition", 10 to "Digital transition", 43 to "Employment-skills-social cohesion" and 68 to "Private investments and transformation of the economy".

Greece 2.0 also includes reform projects, such as simplifcation of licensing procedure for investments in renewable energy sources, a new regulatory framework for vocational training, combating smuggling and interconnecting POS with tax authorities.

Furthermore, the total budget of the investment projects that have been submitted, so far, to the loan arm of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan amounts to 3.93 billion euros, as stated by the responsible for the implementation of the programme, Alternate Finance Minister, Theodoros Skylakakis, in a special event, entitled: "Opportunities and Prospects of Greece 2.0".

The event took place on Thursday afternoon, September 1, at Patras. It was organized by the Economic Chamber of Greece, in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance and the Special Coordination Service of the Recovery Fund.

In particular, with regard to the loan part of the National Plan, 107 investment plans have been submitted so far by interested investors. The total budget of these proposals amounts to 3.93 billion euros, of which 1.68 billion euros are loans from the Recovery and Resilience Fund, 933 million euros are investors' equity and 1.32 billion euros are funds of the banks.

The above investments concern different sectors of the economy, such as services, transport, tourism, manufacturing, energy, trade and construction.

 

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