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Greek 2016 Growth Flat

Greek 2016 Growth FlatGreek 2016 Growth Flat

Greek economic growth was flat last year, the country’s statistics service ELSTAT said on Wednesday, releasing its first estimate of full-year 2016 gross domestic product, Reuters reported. It said gross domestic product in volume terms and measured at constant prices was €184.5 billion ($194.7 billion) last year, unchanged from 2015. ELSTAT’s estimate, based on seasonally unadjusted data, showed the economy performed worse than the country’s official creditors were expecting based on their recent forecasts. The European Commission, in its winter forecast published in February, projected GDP growth of 0.3% in 2016 while the International Monetary Fund’s upwardly revised estimate saw GDP growth of 0.4%.


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