Foreign investors are reported to be returning to Greece as a result of the reduced labor costs, declining real estate prices, and the available industrial properties.
Foreign investors put a total of EUR 109 M in Greek bonds in H2 2012, and another EUR 27.6 M in January 2013, according to data from the Athens Stock Exchange cited by the Russian paper Izvestiya.
Investors are reported to be no longer concerned with a possible Grexit, i.e. Greece leaving the euro zone, and are now attracted by the reduced price of labor....
In Bulgaria they talk about Chinese investors (Borisov, Djankov, etc)
In Greece, where you have impossible unions, higher taxes, etc etc ... Well in Greece the Chinese are investing.
Fail Gerb, big fail. Time for people in charge who can do more then talk.
Seedy, not my imagination seeing Chinese investments where there aren't any... (plenty of talks about it though, would be intresting to know if that Chinese bus builder already invested a single leva)
Lots of talks form the gentlemen of Gerb, only thing they did was build the highways where all plans already were made by others.
Those defending Gerb, tell me about their results.
I do not prefer BSP, it is just that there isn't anybody else ... Which is a shame. But still I think BSP would even score better then Gerb and their financial professor Djankov who took the country 10 years back. Fact.
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