Serbia and Macedonia are the only two countries in the Balkans that, according to IMF data, will record a small decrease in GDP at the end of the year, -3% and -4% respectively.
The new, updated estimates of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) also say that the decline in the GDP of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be low, 5%, and that the country will fare much better than others in the region.
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On the other hand, the forecasts are particularly negative for Croatia and Montenegro, which are expected to see a GDP decline of 9%. The outlook is somewhat more favourable for Slovenia, where the national GDP is expected to fall by 8%.
(Srbija Danas, 30.08.2020)
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