Greece may have bought itself a bit more time with a third bailout, but its economic troubles are set to continuethis year, and possibly even get worse.

We asked 20 economists where they thought Greece washeaded. Their answers below make for a depressing read.

1. The great shrinking economy.Gross domestic product will contract 0.7 percent in 2015, comparedwith a 0.8 percent expansion in 2014, according to the medianforecast of economists polled by Bloomberg. That would be theseventh annual decline in eight years. Bear in mind that the$200 billion economy has shed a quarter of its size since enteringa recession in 2008.

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