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EU Releases €4bn for Greece to Finance Investments, Reforms

The European Commission has released 4 billion euros in pre-financing to Greece as part of the EU’s post-Covid-19 Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).

Greece Expects €4bn of EU Recovery Aid by August

Greece expects by the end of the month to have access to approximately 4 billion euros in support from the European Union’s Recovery Fund.

Greece to Direct EU Resilience Funds into Special Forms of Tourism

Greek special forms of tourism - linked to agriculture and marine activities - will benefit from EU relief funds after the European Commission approved Greece’s resilience plan.

EU Approves Greek Recovery Plan, Paves Way for Funding

The European Commission has approved Greece’s resilience plan, paving the way for the release of 30.5 billion euros for the country to emerge stronger after Covid-19.

Commission Chief to Visit Greece as Part of NextGenerationEU Tour

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will be visiting Athens on Thursday as part of her NextGenerationEU tour.

Greece Gets €728m in SURE Unemployment Support

Greece is set to receive a total of 728 million euros in funding from the EU's SURE unemployment scheme.

Greece Gets Access to €2bn Through EU’s SURE Support Program

Greece has gained access to 2 billion euros worth of funds from the EU's SURE instrument, which is aimed to help companies and employees affected by Covid-19.

Commission Sees 9% Slowdown in 2020 for Greece Due to Covid-19

The European Commission revised down its initial growth forecast for Greece to 9% percent in 2020, due to the impact of the pandemic on tourism and exports.

EU Downgrades 2021 Growth Forecast Due to Covid-19 Resurgence

The European Commission has downgraded its 2021 growth forecast as one by one member states enter second lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

EU: Covid-19 Blow to Greek Economy Milder than Expected

The European Commission has revised its outlook for the Greek economy, saying prospects for 2020 in the aftermath of Covid-19 were milder than initially expected.