The Next Generation EU – "Greece 2.0" as a vital enabler to thrive in a New Normal
NextGenerationEU is the EU's €800 billion temporary instrument to support the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and build a greener, more digital and more resilient future.
The centerpiece of NextGenerationEU is the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) – an instrument providing grants and loans to support reforms and investments in the EU Member States. Within this context, the National Recovery and Resilience Plan “Greece 2.0” which was approved by ECOFIN on 13 July 2021, includes 106 investments and 68 reforms and is expected to mobilize a total of €60 billion in investments in Greece by 2026.
Deloitte Greece conducted a nationwide survey, in order to identify the
overall sentiment of the Greek business community regarding the "Greece
2.0" plan, as a vital enabler for the Greek economy to recover and thrive
in the New Normal. The study amongst others focuses on the following major areas/pillars:
- Overall perception of the "Greece 2.0" plan
- Digital Transformation
- Green Transition and Sustainability
- Research & Innovation
- Employment, Skills and Social Cohesion
- Investments and Mergers & Acquisitions
… as well as the necessary prerequisites in order for Greek enterprises to increase their competitiveness and address the challenges of a volatile business environment.