Greece's prime minister said Saturday he was confident his country would return to growth in 2014 after a brutal six-year recession, and pledged to push for an easing of austerity measures.
Thousands of workers protest against austerity measures and the layoff of public workers in Thessaloniki, Greece on September 7, 2013. Greece's prime minister said he was confident his country would return to growth in 2014 after a brutal six-year recession.
Antonis Samaras said international organisations were all predicting 2014 would be the year the Greek economy began to recover, and credited unpopular austerity policies for the turnaround.
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