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The monthly bulletin (July 2022)

The monthly bulletin (July 2022)ViewTélécharger

At the international level, the slowdown in economic activity is being driven by the consequences of the conflict in Ukraine. According to the World Bank's economic outlook, global economic growth is expected to fall to 2.9% in 2022 from a previously estimated 4.1%.

- The pressure on food and energy prices caused by the Ukrainian crisis is expected to be a major contributor to rising inflation. Central banks are therefore called upon to rely on credible monetary policy frameworks to effectively anchor inflation expectations and reduce the amount of monetary tightening needed to achieve the desired effects on inflation...

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