Greece is taking steps to simplify its investment migration programmes, building upon the success of its lauded Golden Visa, says Notis Mitarachi, Minister of Migration and Asylum, with targets set on the creation of a fast-track office at the Ministry, and 2021 lined up to have a greater emphasis on capturing global human and financial capital.
While a minimum of €3.5 billion worth of investments are required to meet Greece’s ambitious 2030 wind energy target, “they are realistic and can be achieved,” says Panagiotis Papastamatiou CEO of the Hellenic Wind Energy Association, yet harnessing the sector’s true potential, he adds, including the development of offshore wind power will require decisive actions on behalf of the government and definitive decisions.
While the shipping industry will have to wait until 2022 for its touted biannual expo and conference, the organiser of Greece’s Posidonia Exhibition is delving into the digital world, says Theodore Vokos Managing Director of Posidonia Exhibitions, yet stands by the added value of physical events and safeguarding the return of a multi-billion euro global industry.
The legislative overhaul of Greece’s blue economy is going to benefit the state, the shipping industry, and the people, says George Pateras President of the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping, stressing the need to upgrade and modernise the country’s maritime academies while establishing a level playing field for Greece’s yachting fleet.
Growth, consolidation, digitisation, and a customer-centric approach are at the core of Attica Bank’s strategic plan, says Chairman Costas Mitropoulos, who believes Greece’s fifth largest lender will become the country’s first zero-legacy NPL bank by the end of this year.
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