IMF expects modest recovery, lingering debt but primary surplus to return swiftly

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Debt, GDP, IMF
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Within the context of its Spring meetings, the IMF updated its macroeconomic and fiscal estimates for Greece in the World Economic Outlook and the Fiscal Monitor publications.

The Fund sees the Greek economy recovering by 3.8 pct this year, followed by growth of 5 pct in 2022 and a modest 1.4 pct in 2026. Growth in the last quarter of this year is seen picking up by 6.9 pct, and slowing down to 3.6 pct in the last quarter of ...

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