The Greek Monitor is a subscription product, offering in depth analysis of politics, finance and economic developments as well as of key sectors of the Greek economy. It is addressed to companies and individuals with an active presence or interest in Greece.
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Greek Monitor Ltd is a consultancy offering monitoring and intelligence services on the Greek political, economic and business environment. We seek to provide independent, concise and timely insights to help you understand the Greek market and assess prospects, opportunities and risks.
Our team of analysts come from a diverse background in economics, finance business and the media. We are independent with no political affiliations and no investment interests in Greece.
Each month we share with you our insights into political and economic developments in Greece and help you assess prospects, opportunities and risks. We provide regular updates on key sectors of the economy, including banking, real estate, privatisations, the hospitality industry, energy and health, as well as the country’s foreign relations and its place in Europe and the world.
As Greece is moving into an election year, after eight years of bailout program, these are some of the question the Greek Monitor will help you answer with its monthly analyses and forecasts over the coming months:
- Will the country successfully return to international bond markets to cover its financing needs?
- How will the banking sector deal with its mountain of non-performing loans?
- Will the ambitious privatization program and deregulation of the energy market proceed as planned?
- Will a stable government emerge from this year’s parliamentary elections?
- How will relations with its troubled neighbor, Turkey, evolve and what role will the US and Israel play in the showdown in the Eastern Mediterranean over oil and gas exploration rights?
- Will the Greek Parliament approve the controversial agreement with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, opening the way to FYROM joining NATO and eventually the EU?
- How will developments in Italy, France and Germany affect politics in Greece?
- Will the tourist boom continue and will it help Greece achieve sustainable growth rates?
- Will the real estate market recover after ten years of declining property prices?
- Who will take control of the major cities and regions after the local elections?
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