The eurozone as a whole will grow by 1.8% and the United States will reach 2.5% growth, thanks to its expansionary fiscal policy. Emerging countries will post higher figures, with India growing by 7.4% and China also growing considerably – albeit less dramatically – at 6%-6.5%
Economic expansion will continue worldwide with average growth of 2% in developed countries this year, according to the 2019 ESADE Economic and Financial Report, directed by David Vegara and carried out in collaboration with Banc Sabadell. In the coming year. The report predicts a correction in the coming year for many economies that had been growing beyond their potential. Japan, for example, will slow to 1.9% growth in 2019 and to 1.5% in 2020. The United States, however, will grow by 2.5%, thanks to its expansionary fiscal policy. Other countries that will grow above their potential include Canada, Australia, Sweden and Norway
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