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Greece adopts first budget since the end of prohibition well
The Greek parliament has yesterday the budget for next year approved. This is the first budget since the country no longer under strict supervision of the creditors. In the initial budget was based on an economic growth of 2.5 percent in 2019.

The mood was quite tense, because Greece pulls next year to the polls. The budget was 154 votes, on a total of 300, approved. Most of the mps of Syriza and of the small party Anel (Independent Greeks) pushed on the green button.

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The past few years, had the Greek government is still under the strict control of his creditors, policy. That was the result of the miljardensteun the country after the crisis of 2008 was granted. But since the middle of this year, Greece is again on your own feet and so it can decide how its revenues and expenses manages, albeit within the confines of the support programme.

Moderate growth

Since 2017 is the Greek economy back on light to grow, after nine years of recession. This year, the gross domestic product (gdp) by 2.1 percent and for next year the government is a growth by 2.5 percent.

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