The easing of virus restrictions in Greece this week – despite rising case numbers – is unlikely to change the picture for Q1; the economy probably contracted. Moreover, if it leads to a faster spread of the virus, it could even delay the start of the recovery until Q3, clouding the outlook for tourism.
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