BMI View: Greece's food and drink industry will experience a gradual improvement over our five-year
forecast period to 2020 on the back of a tepid consumer outlook. A slow recovery in consumer spending will
further dampen our outlook for the MGR sector, particularly f ..."
BMI View: Our outlook for the Greek food and drink industry will improve throughout our forecast period
to 2020, but this will reflect a stabilisation rather than a full-blown recovery. Households will remain
highly price-conscious, which will favour beer in the alcoh ..."
BMI View: Greece's food and drink industry will return to growth in 2016, following five years of
contraction. The recovery in household spending will enable consumers to afford more discretionary food
products, while rising health awareness will impact the soft drink ..."
BMI View: Greece's economic growth prospects will remain extremely weak in the years ahead. Consumer
spending will not recover from a huge destruction of household wealth since the economic crisis, while
fiscal austerity conditions attached to the country's third bail ..."
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BMI View: Private consumption looks set to be the main driver of real GDP growth over 2015 and 2016,
adding an average of 0.7 percentage points to growth according to our forecasts. Although an
improvement, this will mainly reflect base effects from extremely weak con ..."
BMI View: A gradual improvement in household spending will help Greece emerge from depression in
2015 and 2016. But a lack of significant growth drivers means growth rates will remain anaemic over the
coming years, with persistently weak eurozone growth posing risks t ..."
BMI View: We believe that deflation has further to run in Greece and now expect a return to positive
inflation to occur in 2016, from 2015 previously. This will be underpinned by weak domestic demand, a
fractured credit transmission channel, relatively restrictive mon ..."
BMI View: While there are signs that the economy is turning a corner (particularly the sharp improvement
in consumer and business confidence surveys), domestic demand still remains extremely weak, which will
preclude the build-up of meaningful inflationary pressures. ..."
BMI View: Even with an expected return to positive economic growth in 2014, we believe that the
deflationary trend has further to run. The long-term potential growth rate has been severely damaged by the
economic crisis, which underpins our very modest 1.4% average re ..."