OECD sees potential for recovery in Greek economy, stresses benefits from reforms

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In its latest economic survey on Greece published on Thursday, the OECD stressed the domestic economy is gradually recovering but that high social costs persist.

In addition, the organisation says that a boost in exports and investments is the key to a sustained recovery, while emphasis should be put on the mix and implementation of structural reforms.

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