Greece heads the list of EU28 countries receiving investment funding totalling 76.9 billion euros from the Juncker Plan, the European Commission said on Thursday.
The funding relates to projects approved by the European Investments Bank. Greece ranks first by total investment set to be triggered by the the European Fund for Strategic Investments as a proportion of GDP, in the July 2019 figures released by the Commission.
The Plan is expected to trigger 424 billion euros in investments, set to benefit around 967,000 businesses.
Following Greece, the other top-ranking countries include Estonia, Portugal, Bulgaria and Poland.