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The monthly bulletin (September 2023)

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  • Date de création 11/10/2023

  • Internationally, according to the International Monetary Fund, the world economy is currently experiencing its greatest crisis since the Second World War. Benchmark forecasts indicate that growth in advanced economies is set to slow to 1.5% in 2023, while growth in emerging market and developing economies is expected to stagnate at 4% in the same year. This economic deceleration is mainly attributable to the continuing conflict in Ukraine and the adoption of stricter macroeconomic policies aimed at mitigating the devastating effects of this conflict on the global economy and stabilising the global economic situation. -

  • As far as inflation is concerned, despite slowing in 2023 to 6.8% from 8.7% in 2022, it remains stubbornly high relative to central bank targets. It could also rise again in the event of further shocks, such as the prolongation of the conflict in Ukraine or extreme weather events.

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