Latest IMF estimates see growth of 2.3 pct, return of permanent primary surpluses

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The IMF spring meetings produced some good news for Greece via the World Economic Outlook and Fiscal Monitor. 

The IMF revised upwards its growth estimates for 2023, which is now seen higher at 2.6 pct in 2023, from 1.8 pct in the WEO of last October. Although it has not been officially published yet, in the Stability Programme that will be sent to Brussels late...

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