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The World Bank expects the global GDP to grow by 2.9 per cent in 2019, which means a slight moderation towards the long-term average. There are many downside risks to this forecast, including a slowdown in the United States and...
The low rate of growth of the Russian economy is the result of many years of neglect, deepening isolation and the lack of a coherent economic policy.
Pessimistic economic news from Italy and Germany are starting to have a negative effect in Croatia. In the Q4’18, Italy went into recession, and Germany lowered its economic growth forecast for 2019.
Without several reforms Serbia will not be able to develop its economy. The rule of law and control of corruption are one of the biggest economic problems.
According to Ukrainian economists, the rising tensions in Ukraine have scared away foreign investors and may cause a number of other adverse effects in the future, so the government should prepare for the long-term consequences...
The European Bank of Reconstruction and development (EBRD) has a positive outlook for Latvia in 2019. It expects Latvian growth to be the highest among the Baltic States and forecasts is at 3.5 per cent of GDP.
Weaker demand for European products, high energy prices and the approaching end of the business cycle will weaken the GDP growth in Europe in the short term, predicts the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Experts from the European Commission (EC) judge that the economy of the European Union (EU) reached the peak of the business cycle in 2017. In the two subsequent years there will be a slowdown, but not a recession.
The rate of global economic growth is around 4 per cent per year, as a result of which the situation on the labor markets is improving and the profits of enterprises are increasing. The tax revenues are also increasing, often...
2019 budget is supposed to ensure the growth of Ukrainian economy, but economists are presenting conflicting opinions and raise several doubts.