Greece’s prospect to exit the programme in August 2018 strengthens the investing interest in comparison with the past years indicating the huge changes made in the last three years, underlined Deputy Economy Minister Stergios Pitsiorlas in an interview with Athens-Macedonian News Agency on Sunday.
The minister said that in order the business climate to further improve, the government will emphasise on five axis with most important the coordination of the services. “The establishment of a central coordination body chaired by the prime minister will contribute significantly towards this direction” he noted.
He said that the revenues of the programme “Golden Visa” are reaching 1.5 billion euros adding that the ministry will table to the parliament improvements of the programme with the introduction of new products in the sector of financing investments.
Additionally, other sectors are making a dynamic appearance, “as the revival of the ship repair and, why not, the building of ships in Greece as well as the pharmaceutical cannabis” in which, as Pitsiorlas said “there is major investment”.