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Mexico needs to prioritize boosting its very low long-term growth rate and create the jobs of the future for the youth. This will require tackling some difficult issues, particularly competitition, public services, and labor markets.
The global economic recovery continues, but with a widening gap between advanced economies and many emerging market and developing economies. Our latest global growth forecast of 6 percent for 2021 is unchanged from the previous outlook, but the composition has changed. […]
International Women’s Day, March 8, marks a year from the start of widespread lockdowns in response to COVID-19. As an IMF blog warned back in July, women have borne the economic and social brunt of the pandemic. […]
Miguel Segoviano is Denmark Mission Chief and co-leader of the financial sector analytical working group of the IMF’s European Department. He has over 18 years of experience in the international public and private sectors in various countries, focusing on macroeconomic and financial stability policy and developing quantitative methodologies for assessments of financial stability, systemic and institutional risks and macro-financial linkages […]
Dora Iakova is an Assistant Director in the IMF’s European Department, currently working on Spain and European climate policies. She has been mission chief for the United Kingdom, Mexico, Chile, Norway, and has led the Regional Studies Division in the Western Hemisphere Department. Prior to that she worked for a number of advanced and emerging market economies in Asia and […]