IMF has lowered its forecast for economic growth of the countries of the Caucasus and Central Asia in 2015
20 may 2015, 09:07 8890 views


These data published in the bulletin "Regional Economic Outlook" (Department of Middle East and Central Asia). On average, GDP growth in the Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA) will be 3.2%.

In Uzbekistan, the GDP in 2015 will be 6.2%, in 2016 - 6.5%. Last year, the country recorded economic growth of 8.1%.

Economic activity in the countries in 2015 will continue to slow down mainly due to lower commodity prices and second-round effects from the slowdown in Russia.