Current account balance shows surplus of 1.87 bln in August
Industrial turnover falls by 8.1 pct in August
Primary cash balance surplus at 3.94 bln in September
IMF revises fiscal outlook, sees lower primary surpluses in coming years
Athens buoyed by conclusion of budget talks but IMF lowers growth forecasts
Budget primary surplus at 4.48 bln in September
IMF raises growth forecast for 2019, lowers sharply medium-term expectations
In the latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) issued on Monday as part of the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings that are due to take place in Bali this week, the International Monetary Fund revised its GDP projections for Greece.
The Fund keeps its growth estimates steady for this year, seeing real GDP growth at 2 percent. For next year, GDP growth is revised upward to 2.4 percent, from 1.8 percent in the previous WEO, which was published in April.
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