How do the European Commission's Forecasts and FocusEconomics' Forecasts for Europe compare?
The European Commission just released its spring 2015 European Economic Forecast. We compared the Commission’s forecasts for the key economies to our own Consensus Forecasts from a panel of 30+ economic institutions. See how the forecasts stack up in our interactive infographic:
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Author: Olga Coscodan, Panelist Manager
Date: May 7, 2015
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