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Being one of a handful of European countries still in negative growth in 2014, the threat of a Grexit and Russia falling back into recession looked set to disrupt the recovery that Italy was slowly making. However, the Italian economy showed signs of positive growth during the first three quarters of this year, and real GDP is now forecast to grow by 0.9% in 2015.
Source : Knight Frank
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