Agriculture output prices jump 28.7 pct YoY in Jul, despite input costs falling
Industrial turnover drops by 10.2 pct in Jul, driven by foreign markets and manufacturing
Current account deficit shrinks to 7 bln in 7 months as energy and imports ease
Loans managed by servicers broadly stable in Q2 at 71.16 bln
Tax revenues continue to outperform in Aug, as ministry explains frugal approach
Wages growth slows to 4.3 pct YoY in Q2
EC sees growth at 1.8 pct for 2019, rising to 2.3 pct in 2020 and fiscal targets in reach
The European Commission (EC) issued its latest forecasts for Greece in the context of its regular autumn economic forecast cycle on Thursday, when it revealed that it expects growth to remain resilient despite a slowdown in the first half of the year.
Gains in exports markets and new fiscal policy measures that intend to stimulate investment and reduce labour costs are expected to carry on as recovery continues in 2020.
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