IMF sees big dip of 9.5 pct for GDP in 2020 before mild recovery of 4.1 pct next year

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The International Monetary Fund has issued its updated macroeconomic forecasts for Greece within the framework of the World Economic Outlook and the Fiscal Monitor released within as part of the IMF’s Annual Meetings.

The Fund sees the Greek economy falling by 9.5 pct this year, before partially recovering by 4.1 pct in 2021.

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