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Here's why IOBE think tank sees Greek economy growing 0.7 pct this year
The larger part of the crisis is already behind us and the official estimate for a GDP rebound this year is feasible, according to the quarterly report of the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE).
The think tank expects the Greek economy is expected to rebound 0.7 percent in 2014, from zero or marginal growth in its previous report. This is slightly above the 0.6 percent growth estimated by the troika institutions and the Greek government.
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