Macroeconomy/Finance

Brazil’s GDP will grow 2.2% in 2020 according to the IMF

The International Monetary Fund improved its economic growth forecast for Brazil and projects a 2.2% increase in its GDP for this year and 2.3% by 2021. In its last “World Economic Outlook” the IMF says that this variation of 0.2% in relation to its projection in October 2019 is due to the approval of the Brazilian Pension Reform and improvements in the mining sector. The global economy will have a slow recovery with a 3.3% growth in 2020.

Source: Eu Quero Investir