Growth To Slow Sharply

May 2012
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;May2012, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p10
Country Report
The article focuses on Gross domestic product (GDP) growth of Estonia for the year 2012 and provides an outlook by Business Monitor International Ltd. According to the outlook, GDP growth is expected to decrease from 3.1 percent to 2.7 percent due to economic slowdown in Europe and fall in export. The outlook from Business Monitor opines that economic growth is likely to fall to 4.8 percent from 26.8 percent due to low investment and debt crisis. INSET: RISK SUMMARY.


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