Downside Risks To Current Account Surplus

September 2010
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Sep2010, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p10
Country Report
The article offers the insights of the journal "Business Monitor International" (BMI) on the current account surplus for Estonia in 2010. It says that BMI holds to its forecast for a 6.0% of gross domestic product (GDP) current account surplus in 2010, though BMI warns that there are major downside risks to the forecast. It states that the 6.0% forecast is clearly to the downside, with confident capital inflows likely to raise import demand through the short term.


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