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  • Economic Survey of Latvia 2015

    The recovery has slowed due to regional geopolitical tensions and low growth in main trading partners. With improved business confidence and credit conditions, the economy should gain momentum again, but downside risks dominate.

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  • Economic Survey of the United Kingdom 2015

    GDP growth is projected to remain strong, driven by private consumption and private investment, while capital accumulation should begin to push up labour productivity and real wages. The unemployment rate will continue to fall.

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  • Economic Survey of Colombia 2015

    Economic growth is projected to be 4.4% in 2015, as lower commodity prices reduce investment and exports, and tighter credit slows private consumption. In 2016, growth will pick up as infrastructure investment and external demand increase.

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