New Country Risk Reports Q1 2016 by BMI RESEARCH Now Available at

13 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – is pleased to announce that new country risk reports Q1 2016 elaborated by BMI RESEARCH have been recently added to its catalogue.

In 2016, real GDP is set to demonstrate robust growth in Angola due to strong growth in the local crude oil production. The growth will also be supported by infrastructure projects expected to take place. Current account deficit is expected to demonstrate certain improvement in the same year, while the country’s monetary policy will be determined to a large extent by fluctuations in the local currency’s value.

At present, Panama and Costa Rica, Central American outperformers, have started to experience certain difficulties. For instance, real GDP has initiated to slow down in Panama following the end of the canal building. Consequently, establishing fiscal discipline in the country becomes an increasingly burning issue. Costa Rica also faces a challenging fiscal outlook, with the situation being aggravated by fragmented political environment in this country.

Austria is forecast to witness swifter GDP growth in 2016, but its economic activity is likely to be slower than the one of regional peers.

Countries covered in the reports comprise:

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