miércoles, 28 de enero de 2009

FMI Ajusta sus Previsiones de Crecimiento Mundial


Setbacks all round
• Advanced economies will experience their sharpest contraction in the post-war period, the Update said. The IMF expects real activity to contract by around 1½ percent in the United States, 2 percent in the euro area, and 2½ percent in Japan.
• Though more resilient than in previous global downturns, emerging and developing economies will also suffer serious setbacks. For example, growth is expected to slow to 6¾ percent in China and 5 percent in India.
• Global growth is projected to rebound in 2010 to 3.0 percent after falling sharply to just 0.5 percent in 2009, when measured in terms of purchasing power parity. The 2009 world growth forecast has been revised downward by 1.7 percent compared with the last IMF projection last November

Para México preve los siguientes valores para el PIB (cambio anual)
2009 -0.3%
2010 2.1%

más optimistas que Banxico, pero no tanto como SHCP.

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