OECD, caution on global growth but the Italian one rises: GDP at + 6.3% this year

MILANO – Estimates on Italian growth are rising, in a generalized framework of caution that leads to slightly limiting the estimate for the entire planet: growth is strong but not well balanced. This is what emerges from the update of the Economic Perspectives, presented today by the OECD. For this year, the Parisian Organization indicates … Read more

Disconfinement. Portuguese GDP grew 4.2% in the third quarter of the year

In a statement published on the website, INE reveals that “Gross Domestic Product (GDP), in real terms, recorded a year-on-year change of 4.2% in the 3rd quarter of 2021”. In the previous quarter, the year-on-year change in GDP was 16.1%, “a result largely influenced by the strong impact of the pandemic in the 2nd quarter … Read more

Qatar raises its bet on tourism, which will be worth 12% of GDP by 2030

Ambitious challenges for Qatar’s tourism, but absolutely feasible, as he is keen to emphasize Philip Dickinson, vp international markets Visit Qatar (pictured), which focuses on objectives and priorities. Starting with safety for citizens and visitors “with about 88% of the population already vaccinated and a careful calendar of reopening that culminated with the green light … Read more

In France, the return to a pre-crisis level of GDP is accompanied by a sharp drop in unemployment

A worker at the 3D Tex factory, in Saint-Malo (Ille-et-Vilaine), September 17, 2021. JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP Crisis ? What crisis? At the end of 2021, at the level of macroeconomic meters at least, the episode of Covid-19 will have been practically erased for the French economy. With a few sectoral nuances, activity has picked … Read more

“Considering only the GDP alone, we condemn our future to all”

Maxime de Rostolan, June 14 in Paris. JULIE BALAGUÉ FOR M THE WORLD MAGAZINE “I have always been inhabited by a humanistic sensibility and close to the environment, transmitted by my parents and reinforced by the counterexample that was the bourgeois environment of my childhood. By dint of rubbing shoulders with people obsessed with having … Read more

Covid: slow vaccination could cost 2.3 trillion dollars in global GDP, study finds

Through AFP Published on 25 August 2021 The slow deployment of the Covid-19 vaccination campaign could lead to a loss of 2.3 trillion dollars in global GDP over the next three years, calculated a study published on Wednesday. Covid: Slow Vaccination Could Cost $ 2.3 trillion in Global GDP, Study Says A nurse prepares a … Read more