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IMF sees GDP at 4,2% now, 5,8% in 2017 - Namibian

IMF sees GDP at 4,2% now, 5,8% in 2017NamibianTHE International Monetary Fund says in its latest outlook on sub−Saharan Africa that Namibia's GDP growth will be 4,2% this year, down from 4,5% last year. The IMF expects GDP to register a positive growth of 5,8% in 2017. The IMF sees inflation ...and more »

'Emerging' European nations set to overtake economic powerhouses like France and Germany - Express.co.uk;

'Emerging' European nations set to overtake economic powerhouses like France and Germany - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk'Emerging' European nations set to overtake economic powerhouses like France and GermanyExpress.co.ukEastern European countries such as Albania, Romania and Poland could soon be outstripping the likes of Germany and France in terms of economic growth, the International Monetary Fund has claimed. By Ross Logan. PUBLISHED: 17:16, Sat, May 7, 2016 ...and more »

The IMF and the World Bank Turn Pessimistic, Which Means We Are in Serious Trouble - Newsmax;

The IMF and the World Bank Turn Pessimistic, Which Means We Are in Serious Trouble - Newsmax

NewsmaxThe IMF and the World Bank Turn Pessimistic, Which Means We Are in Serious TroubleNewsmaxI don't listen to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank when they gush about how great the global economy is doing… which is almost always. I do, however, pay careful attention whenever their near-perpetual optimism turns negative.and more »

IMF trims Botswana growth prospects - Mmegi Online;

IMF trims Botswana growth prospects - Mmegi Online

Mmegi OnlineIMF trims Botswana growth prospectsMmegi OnlineThe International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered Botswana growth prospects for 2016 as the country seeks to bounce back from a first negative growth rate in seven years. By, Brian Benza, Fri 06 May 2016, 11:02 am (GMT +2). 0 Comments. Email. Share.and more »

IMF Sees 'Very Encouraging' Signs From Ukraine's New Government - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty;

IMF Sees 'Very Encouraging' Signs From Ukraine's New Government - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyIMF Sees 'Very Encouraging' Signs From Ukraine's New GovernmentRadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyThe IMF says it is encouraged by signs from Ukraine's new government headed by Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroysman. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on В Контакте · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend. Print. Early signs coming ...and more »

South Africa faces tough economic environment: IMF - CNBCAfrica.com;

South Africa faces tough economic environment: IMF - CNBCAfrica.com

CNBCAfrica.comSouth Africa faces tough economic environment: IMFCNBCAfrica.comSouth Africa faces a challenging economic environment, with growth in 2016 seen at 0.6 percent, entailing falling per-capita income, the International Monetary Fund said on Friday. In a statement released after an annual mission, the IMF said it ...and more »

IMF Projects 2.3% GDP Growth for Bulgaria in 2016 - Novinite.com

IMF Projects 2.3% GDP Growth for Bulgaria in 2016Novinite.comBulgaria's economic growth is expected to slow down to 2.3% in 2016 from last year's 3.0%, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Friday. Growth of 2.3% is also projected for Bulgaria for 2017 in the IMF's latest Regional Economic Issues report ...and more »

IMF dramatically cuts Brunei's GDP forecast for 2016 - Shanghai Daily (subscription)

IMF dramatically cuts Brunei's GDP forecast for 2016Shanghai Daily (subscription)BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, May 6 (Xinhua) -- The International Monetary Fund expects Brunei's economy to contract by two percent this year, much lower than its October 2015 forecast of 3.2 percent expansion for 2016, local news daily Brunei Times ...and more »

IMF retains forecast for Ukraine's GDP growth in 2016 - Interfax

IMF retains forecast for Ukraine's GDP growth in 2016InterfaxThe International Monetary Fund (IMF) has retained its forecast for Ukraine's economy growth in 2016 at 1.5% and in 2017 at 2.5%, according to an economic survey of the central and southern states of Eastern Europe (CEE Outlook), posted on the fund's ...and more »

Africa follows UAE in taking the free zone route - The National;

Africa follows UAE in taking the free zone route - The National

The NationalAfrica follows UAE in taking the free zone routeThe NationalSpecial economic zones are back in fashion across Africa as countries scramble to replace revenue lost from falling commodity sales. According to the Africa's Pulse, the World Bank's twice-yearly analysis of economic trends published last month ...and more »