The Italian economy could post its first year of expansion in 2015 after a three-year recession.
That’s a prediction by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development – the OECD. It forecast a growth of 0.4 percent this year for the eurozone’s third-largest economy but also its most sluggish.
The prediction is slightly above that which the organisation posted last November with forecast of a 0.2 percent growth.
But the International Monetary Fund, the Italian government and its central bank all see growth of the country’s economy of around 0.6 percent.
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