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In its autumn economic forecasts published on Thursday, the European Commission (EC) revised its estimates on the Greek economy to take into account the uncertainty surrounding the bank holiday and the imposition of capital controls in late June.
The negative carryover from 2015 will result in a recession of the whole 2016, although recovery is expected sometime next year. The latter would be largely supported by an improvement in confidence, re-launching of investments and privatisations and st...
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