Economic surveys and country surveillance

Latest Reports

  • Economic Survey of Norway 2017

    Business dynamism and sound management of natural resources wealth has helped propel Norway among the highest levels of GDP per capita in the world. Combined with its “Nordic model” ensuring inclusiveness and low inequality, Norway exhibits impressive levels of well-being in many dimensions.

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  • Economic Survey of Switzerland 2017

    The Swiss economy has shown remarkable resilience in recent years in the face of the 2009 financial crisis and significant currency appreciation in 2015. But the upward momentum in the recovery has been difficult to maintain and GDP per capita has plateaued since 2008.

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  • Economic Survey of the United Kingdom 2017

    The pace of economic expansion has been steady and GDP is about 9% above the peak just before the global crisis, but the economic consequences of the planned exit from the EU in March 2019 cut growth to the lowest annualised rate in the G7 in the first half of 2017.

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