World IMF: Recovery of the euro economy, but ...
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The International Monetary Fund assumes that economic recovery will progress quickly thanks to the impflacht progress this year. However, there was a complaint for the unequal distribution of vaccines."We compare Apples with appleines"
Completely good again, the economy in the eurozone becomes the losses of the previous year in the opinion of the IMF but not. The US - economy will recover better this year, but the IMF director, Kristalina Georgiewa, appeased: "We compare Apples with orpelsin here. The European Union has some automatic stabilizers who came into force, especially in the form of labor preservation measures , At the height of the workplace security, it was prevented that 68 million were pushed into unemployment, "she says.
Unemployment rate in the euro area stable at 8.3 percent
Brussels / Berlin (Reuters) - unemployment in the euro zone commutes at a relatively high level. © Reuters / Kai Pfaffenbach on Illustration Picture Shows A One Euro Coin In February, the seasonally adjusted quota, as in the previous month, was 8.3 percent, as the European Statistics Authority granted Eurostat on Tuesday.
EU Economic Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni means: "We have set up criteria that will probably bring us to the decision in May The general external clause, which expanses the implementation of our fiscal rules, to postpone by the year 2022. "
Gentiloni spoke out to implement the recovery measures with a scope of 750 billion euros before you already think about further steps.
IMF warns on rising debt in COVID-hit Middle East, Central Asia .
Thirty countries in the regions saw economic rebound, but outlook remains uncertain because of the pandemic.The region, which includes almost 30 countries from Mauritania to Kazakhstan, saw an economic rebound in the third quarter as countries relaxed measures to contain the new coronavirus.