Primary cash balance posts deficit of 46 mln at end of July
Industrial turnover up by 8.1 pct in June for eighth consecutive rise
Budget primary surplus at 3.05 bln in 7-month, above target on underspend
Building activity up by 45.7 pct in May, highest since Dec 2005
Eurosystem funding drops by 3.9 bln in July on big decline in ELA
Unemployment at 21.7 pct in May after revised April figure
Bank of Greece sees 0.5pct growth in 2014 but warns of political risks
Greece is expected to post a general government primary surplus as well as a current account surplus of 1% of GDP for the first time in 2013, according to the Bank of Greece’s (BoG) interim report on Monetary Policy published on Tuesday.
GDP is seen contracting at around 4 percent in 2013, while the latest macroeconomic data indicate the economy will rebound next year with a growth rate of 0.5 percent.
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