Parliament's budget office sees Greek recovery finely poised

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: PBO

In its latest quarterly report published on Monday, the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) argues that the Greek economy could grow by more than expected this year but that a series of concerns, including bank stress tests, unpaid taxes, lack of structural reforms and stagnant exports could yet weigh on the recovery.

The PBO estimates that the economic recovery this year may be stronger than the officially anticipated 0.6 percent, reaching 0.9 to 1 percent thanks largely to tourism. This forecast is also supported by the evolution of consumer confidence and retail s...

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