The World Bank predicted a fall in Russian GDP by 4.5 percent

The World Bank predicted a fall in Russian GDP by 4.5% and 3.6% in 2022 and 2023 © Photo : World Bank Photo CollectionWorld Bank building in Washington DC © Photo : World Bank Photo Collection The World Bank building in Washington DC. Archive photo WASHINGTON, Oct 4 – RIA Novosti. Russia’s GDP will decline … Read more

The World Bank has improved the forecast for Russian GDP for 2022

Anti-Russian sanctions, the exit of foreign companies, a shaky outlook and a decline in real incomes that weaken consumer demand are on the list of factors that could negatively affect the Russian economy. In the coming year, the BBB of the Russian Federation will fall due to the embargo on Russian oil by Europe. .

The World Bank predicted GDP growth in Asia in 2022

World Bank: Asia’s GDP will grow by 3.2% in 2022, excluding China – by 5.3% © Flickr / Shiny ThingsWorld Bank headquarters in Washington DC © Flickr / Shiny Things World Bank headquarters in Washington DC. Archive photo WASHINGTON, September 27 – RIA Novosti. East Asia and the Pacific GDP will grow by 3.2% in … Read more

World Bank predicts China’s GDP growth in 2022

World Bank: China’s GDP will grow by 2.8% in 2022, less than in 2021 © RIA Novosti / Alexander Demyanchuk / Go to media bankChinese Yuan © RIA Novosti / Alexander Demyanchuk Go to media bank Chinese yuan. Archive photo WASHINGTON, September 27 – RIA Novosti. China’s economy is set to grow just 2.8 percent … Read more

The World Bank predicted a slowdown in Asian GDP growth in 2022

The bank’s analysts attribute the slowdown in growth rates for the region to a large extent to the lower growth rates of the Chinese economy compared to 20221. Excluding China, the economy of East Asia and the Pacific will jump, according to experts, by 5.3% compared to 2.6% in 2021. .

The Government of the Russian Federation approved the draft three-year federal budget

In 2023, revenues of 26.13 trillion rubles are planned. Expenditures will amount to about 29 trillion rubles, and the budget deficit will be 2.9 trillion rubles, or 2% of GDP. According to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, such a budget deficit is likely to last all three years. The President of the Russian Federation did … Read more

Fitch Agency: Ukraine’s public debt will exceed 100% of GDP

Kyiv, August 18. The conflict in Ukraine could last until 2023, pushing the country’s public debt to over 100% of GDP. This is stated in the new forecast of the international rating agency Fitch. The agency’s analysts have upgraded Ukraine’s long-term default rating from RD (limited default. — Editor’s note) to CC (very high credit … Read more