Exit to the markets and growth through investments are the next goals of the Greek government, following the agreement in last week’s Eurogroup. The Government Council for Economic Policy, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragasakis, is meeting on Monday afternoon to discuss the establishment of a Development Bank.

According to the government plan, the Development Bank will serve as an “umbrella” institution, encompassing organizations supervised by the Ministry, which aim at enhancing outward orientation and attracting investments. The institution will also encompass consultant services subject to the Ministry, while companies will be enhanced by means of business loans, credits and saving opportunities.