quinta-feira, 19 de novembro de 2009

Crescimento ... anémico

"Growth resumed in the second quarter of 2009, but will remain subdued as private sector deleveraging constrains the recovery. As a result, unemployment is likely to increase to around 10% in 2010. The budget deficit is set to rise further in 2010 and 2011, following a substantial increase in 2009 due to the combined impact of the fiscal stimulus and the recession. Core inflation, after dropping to near zero, may increase rather slowly over the projection period.
Despite anaemic growth, designing and gradually implementing fiscal consolidation is a major priority. Structural reforms to promote competitiveness are key to achieving higher growth through more dynamic exports, while the pursuit of education reform should help foster longer-term potential."

Conclusão do relatório da OCDE sobre Portugal

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