Economic surveys and country surveillance

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  • Economic Survey of Slovenia 2015

    Slovenia experienced impressive growth after independence, but the crisis exposed important weaknesses. Important reforms have been implemented since, raising credibility and boosting confidence. These efforts should continue.

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  • Economic Survey of Japan 2015 OECD対日審査報告書2015年版

    Gross government debt has risen to 226% of GDP. Rapid population ageing is putting continued pressure on public spending, while pushing down Japan’s potential growth rate to around ¾ per cent. Bold reforms are needed to revitalise the economy.

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  • Economic Survey of France 2015

    The economic recovery has disappointed and unemployment is at a high level. More durable and inclusive growth requires reducing public spending, improving the functioning of the labour market, developing skills and increasing competition.

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