World Bank: Romanian economy’s growth this year, lower than the initial forecasts

The Romanian economy will register an advance of 3.3% this year, and 3.8% in 2025, similar to the level predicted in January, according to the latest report on “Global Economic Prospects” (Global Economic Prospects), published by World Bank.

Also, in 2026, Romania’s GDP growth would be 3.8%, the World Bank predicted. In May, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) announced that it has not changed its estimates regarding the evolution of the Romanian economy in 2024 and warns that the main vulnerability remains the fiscal position.

According to the latest forecasts of the EBRD, Romania’s GDP would register an advance of 3.2% this year, similar to the estimates of September 2023. Growth would accelerate to 3.4% next year.

On the other hand, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised down the estimates regarding the growth of the Romanian economy this year, from 3.8% as estimated in October, to 2.8%, according to the “World Economic Outlook” report, recently published.

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