Assessment of the economic situation on 23 March 2020: The depth of the GDP decline is crucially dependent on the further development of the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, its duration and the adopted and future measures.
The Spring Forecast of Economic Trends 2020 published by IMAD on 12 March 2020 was prepared in the first week of March. On the basis of facts and assumptions known at that time, we projected that economic growth could be 1.5% this year. At the same time, we pointed to high...
Spring forecast 2020: This year economic growth will be significantly lower than projected in the autumn; the forecast is crucially affected by the speed of coronavirus containment and government measures.
The spring forecast was made at the time of significant uncertainties regarding the further spread and duration of the...
Current economic trends from 9 to 20 March 2020: exports and imports of goods, production volume in manufacturing, construction, current account, labour market and wages
The commented data do not yet cover the period of the coronavirus spread in Italy and other European countries. ...
Current economic trends from 24 to 28 February 2020: GDP, active and inactive population, prices and others
Economic growth slowed down last year, particularly growth in investment and exports being lower year on year. Amid...
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