OECD lowers growth forecast, warns Athens to maintain fiscal credibility

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: GDP, OECD
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The OECD published on Tuesday its latest global economic outlook in which it has slightly revised downward its forecasts for Greece’s economic growth over the next two years.

This year’s growth is seen at 2.1 percent, slightly lower than the 2.2 percent expected in November last year. Growth for next year is seen at 2 percent, from 2.1 percent in the previous outlook.

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