|The Monthly Bulletin (October 2022)|
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- Date de création 08/11/2022
At the international level, global economic growth is expected to slow to 3.2 percent in 2022 and 2.7 percent in 2023, according to the IMF’s economic outlook. In the face of this deceleration in global economic activity, there is a need to implement long-term policies capable of boosting labor productivity and easing supply constraints.
- With respect to inflation, OECD projections indicate that it should decline in 2023, but remain well above central bank targets. Therefore, monetary policy should work to restore price stability and fiscal policy should focus on easing cost-of-living pressures for vulnerable households and viable firms...