Wednesday
18 July 2018
ADVERTS

Greek economy grew by 1.3% in third quarter of 2017

04 December 17 - RE+D Magazine
Greek economy grew by 1.3% in third quarter of 2017

COMPANIES

Zeus

Fund - GREECE

NBG PANGAEA

REIΤ - GREECE

GAIAOSE S.A.

Agency - GREECE

IBI Group

Consultant - GREECE

Pepper Hellas

Consultant - GREECE

PEOPLE

Antulio Richetta

Director IBI Group

Aristotelis Karytinos

CEO of NBG Pangaea REIC NBG Pangaea REIC
The Greek economy grew by 1.3 pct in the third quarter compared with the same period in 2016, with the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rising 0.3 pct on a quarterly basis, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Monday.

 

The statistics service, in a report, revised the country's GDP growth upwards in the second quarter to 1.6 pct from 0.8 pct. The GDP grew 0.4 pct in the first quarter of 2017.

The 1.3 pct GDP growth rate in the third quarter reflected an 1.0 pct decline in final consumption spending (household spending was unchanged while general government spending fell 2.2 pct in the July-September period), private investments fell 8.5 pct, exports and goods and services grew 7.8 pct (exports of goods rose 2.8 pct and exports of services rose 12.6 pct), while imports of goods and services rose 9.3 pct (imports of goods rose 9.2 pct and imports of services increased 6.9 pct).

On a quarterly comparison (third quarter/second quarter 2017), final consumption spending fell 0.1 pct (household spending eased 0.3 pct and general government spending rose 0.9 pct), private investments fell 6.1 pct, exports of goods and services rose 5.0 pct (exports of goods fell 0.6 pct and exports of services rose 9.8 pct), while imports of goods and services rose 0.4 pct (imports of goods eased 0.6 pct and imports of services rose 3.3 pct).

Based on non seasonally-adjusted data, Greece's GDP grew 1.3 pct in the third quarter compared with the same period in 2016.

Comments

You must be logged in to make a comment
WAVE MEDIA OPERATIONS IKE © 2001-2017 | Όροι Χρήσης
Internet Business Hellas