The Catalan Economy
September 2018 #9

Catalonia reduced its public deficit to 0.56% in 2017

Since 2010, the Generalitat has cut down its deficit by 86%, with a reduction of €7.86 billion in absolute terms.

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The Generalitat introduces spending review processes

The goal is to create fiscal space and to allow for a better allocation of public resources.

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The GDP is expected to grow by 2.9% this year

The unemployment rate will continue to shrink and, for the first time in 11 years, in 2019 will fall below 10%.

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The Catalan economy is strengthening its balanced growth pattern

External and domestic demand are now contributing positively to the GDP, unlike the period before the crisis.

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A forward-looking budget for Europe?

The Secretary General of the Ministry of the Vice-presidency, Albert Castellanos, participated in a debate on the issue of the budget proposal.

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