Greece is recovering from the crisis and the economy finally grew again last year, German newspaper Die Welt says in an article published on Saturday.
The paper says the Greek economy is expected to perform better in 2018 and there is optimism on the Athens Stock Exchange, "and the momentum is still continuing." The European Commission expects growth of 2.5% this year, the International Monetary Fund forecasts 2.6%, and some economists go even further. The economists of DekaBank, for example, expect 3.2%. This would put the country at the top of the Eurozone, Die Welt says.