OTE in Barcelona.

Kathimerini English - - Focus -

50,000 men and women aged 14-99, found that 64 per­cent of Greeks would be in­clined to open their own busi­ness, com­pared with 69 per­cent in 2015. In the Euro­pean Union as a whole, 74 per­cent had a pos­i­tive view of en­trepreneur­ship but just 39 per­cent could imag­ine start­ing their own busi­ness. Forty-two per­cent of Greek re­spon­dents said the rea­son they are at­tracted to the idea of start­ing a busi­ness is that they would like to be their “own boss,” while 38 per­cent said they be­lieved it would lead to self-ful­fill­ment and 33 per­cent saw it as an at­trac­tive prospect for hav­ing a sec­ond in­come.

Lead­ing in­vest­ment firms from around the world, in­clud­ing Fidelity, Cap­i­tal World In­vestors, Franklin Tem­ple­ton, Schroders, Welling­ton and Lazard, showed an in­ter­est in the eco­nomic and tech­no­log­i­cal course of the OTE Group, the com­pet­i­tive and reg­u­la­tory en­vi­ron­ment in Greek telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions, as well as the out­look for the Greek econ­omy in gen­eral, dur­ing meet­ings held by the OTE Group man­age­ment in the con­text of the Euro­pean Tech, Me­dia, & Tele­com Con­fer­ence or­ga­nized by Mor­gan Stan­ley in Barcelona last week.

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