GDP, Closing Up 0.8% in 2015

GDP, Closing Up 0.8% in 2015


The gross domestic product will grow ‘by 0.8% this year to rise to 1.5% in 2016 and 1.6% the following year: These forecasts ABI in the “Forecast report Afo 2015- 2017 “. “The three consecutive quarters of growth and a set of economic indicators, including those related to the confidence of households and firms – the report said – show that the Italian economy and ‘out of the path and receptive and’ started on a path clear recovery. ” On this basis, the study confirms “the framework of expansion outlined in July, a framework in which, however, because of the downward risks to which they have now made manifest, and they all have an external source (emerging countries, international terrorism, difficulty ‘ in the European automotive sector), they can join now odds’ of implementation less high then. ”

And on this basis ABI argues that “growth, held back this year (+ 0.8%) from the heavy legacy ‘of the past jasa konsultan pajak jakarta, should manifest itself fully in 2016 (+ 1.5%) and further consolidation in 2017 (+ 1.6%). The positive feature of this framework – emphasizes the study – and ‘that contrary to the expectations of the most’, recovery and ‘strongly held back by domestic demand and household consumption, in particular a relative’ surprise ‘that obviously it must be taken into account when considering an economic policy which in the recent past has deliberately focused on fiscal measures that stimulate and expand private spending. ”

Raise, 2015 closed at 0.8%, well foreign demand – the 2015 will close ‘with a GDP growth of 0.8%, but there are signs “positive” in terms of foreign demand. It ‘as said the president of Istat, George Breed, on the sidelines of a conference on the Digital Divide. “We expected a few weeks ago – explained Raise reporters – that even in the fourth quarter there will be ‘a growing economy, by 0.2%. So we expect, at the time, based on current information, closure in 2015 in the order of 0.8%, we have no statistical data to change the weather. ” When asked whether there are signs of improvement for the latter part of the year, the president of Istat said, “we have not yet elements to evaluate signals, we have new statistics if not given a rather positive on the demand side foreign “. As to the risks linked to the international situation, he Raise noted: “Foreign trade has geographical risks with a reduced pressure of some countries such as China and Russia. However, the thrust remains positive. Foreign trade is one of the risks that could also be positive. “