Projections for the Albanian economy – Where are the WB, IMF, Berge and Rama government divided?
The IMF is the latest among the most important international institutions to publish projections for the performance of the Albanian economy during and after the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. Compared to the World Bank and the Stock Exchange, the International Monetary Fund seems to be more optimistic about the future of our economy.
The institution forecasts a growth rate of the Albanian economy near -7.5% this year, while the World Bank forecasts it at -8.4%, while the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) remains faithful to the spring projection, and speaks of a collapse of the economy by 9% during the current year.
For the next year, the three institutions are divided into projections. The IMF is talking about 6.1% growth, the World Bank is projecting an expansion to 5%, ie significantly smaller, while the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is talking about only 4.5% economic growth. Recall that the Albanian government projects economic growth next year near 6%, at least according to statements by Prime Minister Rama himself.
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