Country report Philippines

Economic overview The Philippines’ economy is considered as one of the most unique economies in East Asia and the Pacific. In 2019, GDP development rate diminished yet stayed high, arriving at 5.9% as indicated by IMF gauges.  This slowdown is primarily because of a deceleration in venture development and a frail outer climate. As indicated Read more about Country report Philippines[…]

Country report Oman

Economic overview  Oman’s economy is expected to contract in 2020 because of the oil value slide and the COVID-19 general wellbeing reaction.  An expansion in gas yield and framework spending plans will assist development with recouping more than 2021-22. Financial and outside shortages will stay under strain because of low oil and gas costs. Unbending Read more about Country report Oman[…]

Norway country report 2020

Economic overview After  two years of financial downturn, the Norwegian economy has bounced back and rebounded from the oil stun. Gross domestic product development was relied upon to have hit 1.2% in 2019, especially because of non-oil area extension and rising lodging speculation.  As indicated by the refreshed IMF figures from fourteenth April 2020, because Read more about Norway country report 2020[…]

Nigeria country report

Economic overview Real GDP growth was estimated at 2.3% in 2019, possibly higher than 1.9% in 2018. Development was principally in transport, an improved oil area, and data and interchanges innovation. Agribusiness was harmed by inconsistent flooding and by clashes among herders and nearby ranchers. Assembling keeps on experiencing an absence of financing. Last family Read more about Nigeria country report[…]

Country report Nicaragua

Economic overview Nicaragua is the poorest countryn in Central America and is delegated a Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) by the IMF and the World Bank.  In 2019, Nicaragua had a negative development of – 3.9%.  The  restrictive tax measures set up in 2019 and a political emergency regarding federal retirement aide contrarily influenced the Read more about Country report Nicaragua[…]

Country report Netherlands

Economic overview The  public finances are solid, with a spending parity of 1.3% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2019 and an extended 0.2% of GDP in 2020. Government debt as a level of GDP will fall to 44.7%.  The alliance understanding remembered a vow to make noteworthy ventures in public services, for example, defence, Read more about Country report Netherlands[…]

Country report Nepal

Economic overview Nepal is among the least developed countries on the planet, with a fourth of its populace beneath the poverty line. Dependent on settlements (30% of GDP) and agriculture, political vulnerability and an intense business condition keep Nepal from developing in different divisions. Regardless, development over the most recent three years transcended long haul Read more about Country report Nepal[…]

Country report Namibia

Economic overview Namibia’s economy has kept on confronting noteworthy headwinds, with genuine yield shrinking by a further 1.4% in 2019. Having developed at a normal 5.3% somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2015, Namibia’s economy entered a downturn in 2016 and has since attempted to develop.  COVID-19 is set to unprecedentedly affect Namibia’s economy. Read more about Country report Namibia[…]