EC's autumn forecasts see stable growth, with RRF playing pivotal role

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: EC, GDP
Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service
Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service

The European Commission published on Wednesday the latest forecasts for autumn, which are unchanged for this year and improved for next year, compared to the previous estimates in spring.

The Greek economy is expected to grow by 2.4 pct in 2023, a significant revision from 1.2 pct expected in February of this year. For 2024, the estimate is for growth of 2.4 pct, from 1.9 pct in May, while growth in 2025 is seen at 2.2 pct. 

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