Greece has outdone different European Union international locations for the share of companies that reported some form of innovation exercise between 2018 and 2020, attaining first place with a charge of 73%, in line with a graph launched by Eurostat on Friday.
Posting the graph on social media, Improvement and Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis spoke of a “new vital first place for Greece within the EU” and praised Deputy Minister Christos Dimas for the excessive proportion of Greek companies investing in innovation in that point.
Dimas additionally posted an identical message, noting that, “in line with Eurostat, Greece had the best proportion (73%) of companies which have invested in innovation within the three-year interval 2018-2020.”
In accordance with a Eurostat tweet, the EU common for innovation exercise was 53%, with Greece rating first, adopted by Belgium (71%), Germany and Finland (69%).
The bottom-ranking international locations have been Romania (11%), Latvia (32%), Hungary and Spain (33%).