2013 Crisis

The International Monetary Fund specialists have issued an unsatisfactory forecast for the near future. It refers to a two-tenth decline in gross domestic product. In addition, IMF states that 2013 will be in recession. This decline in the world economy will not be limited to developing countries but also to countries with sustainable economies.

The new economic crisis in 2013 was a serious threat to the Russian economy, as it was more raw. The price per barrel of any mark will rise by a maximum of 2 per cent. Although 4 per cent had been projected to increase before. As a result, the World Bank has reduced projections for the Russian Federation. By 2013, growth was projected at 4.2%. Now it's down to 3.6%. It should be noted, however, that the recession will affect everyone without exception.

For example, the GDP growth of the United States of America increased by 2.6 per cent in 2012, but growth will slow rapidly by the next year, with a 2 per cent reduction.

The industrial economy will allow Germany to stay a little bit. The country ' s GDP will reach 0.9%. Although the projection was twice as high.

The economic situation is worse in Greece. There's been a rapid recessation for the fifth year to the row. And next year will not be an exception for Greeks. GDP is expected to be set at 6 per cent.

It is not yet possible to give early conclusions on the nature of the crisis. But IMF states that the destructive power of the recession will vary greatly from how effectively it can fight the recession of the United States and the European Union. The projection of underweight economists suggests that abnormal economies in the budgets of countries will not be able to stop the crisis. In conclusion, it is worth noting that the recently announced IMF projection is the most pessimistic, with the highest degree of pessimism. 2008

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