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PM: Investment in Greece is investment in the future

08. October 2011. | 09:24

Source: ANA

"Investment in Greece is an investment in the future," Greek prime minister George Papandreou said on Friday, during a meeting with visiting German vice chancellor and economy and technology minister Philipp Roesler.

Papandreou also noted the sacrifices being made by the Greek people and the maturity they are displaying in order to stabilise the economy.

Roesler expressed admiration for the effort, and discussed with Papandreou all aspects of the developments in the debt crisis in Europe.

A government press release said that the two leaders discussed the developments and climate prevailing in Europe, as well as the situation in Greece and the course of the Greek economy.

Papandreou noted the efforts, sacrifices and maturity of the Greek people, on which Roesler expressed his own and all of Europe's appreciation and respect for the Greek people, the release said.

On investments, Papandreou noted Greece's comparative advantages, while also outlining the reforms and changes underway.

Roesler opined that Greece will emerge stronger from the crisis, while he also noted the effort being made to promote investments in Greece and expansion of the financing possibilities.


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