Greece listed among the world’s ‘economic winners’ of 2022

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Greece has been ranked as the top economic performer among 34 countries that were listed in Britain’s The Economist, amna has reported.

The analysis was based on five key indicators: GDP, inflation, inflation breadth, stock market performance and government debt. 

An overall score was produced based on how well each country performed on each indicator.

Greece’s GDP increased by 2.2 percent between the fourth quarter of 2021 and the third quarter of 2022. Consumer prices increased by 7.8 percent in the first 10 months of 2022 and inflation breadth increased by 82.4 percent.

Greece was also one of the few countries where stock market prices rose by 0.8 percent, and the net government debt plunged by 16 per cent.

Source: amna.

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