WB, UN, and EC agree with OECD that GDP growth in Italy reached the trough of -5.5% in 2009. Next year the boom to 1.7% followed, but in 2012 the real GDP growth turned negative again. Nevertheless, it has been remaining stable since 2015 and it is expected to stay at the same level in the near future.
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