BoG sees encouraging signs for Greek economy but warns on reforms


The Bank of Greece (BoG) issued its Monetary Policy 2013-14 report on June 12, which is the last official publication by the current governor George Provopoulos, who will be succeeded by the former Finance Minister next week.

The central bank reiterates its previous estimates outlined in its Interim Monetary Policy report last December that the domestic economy will recover by about 0.5 percent, marginally lower than the official troika projection of 0.6 percent.

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