It is two months until the end of 2019. In order to estimate the results expected at the end of the year, there is interest in understanding the main trends in the country’s economy over the past year, the extent to which the government’s economic policies are moving towards the goals set, and the progress of economic processes. In this article, BRI’s experts will briefly assess the macroeconomic results of the first eight months of 2019 and reveal important trends in the monetary, budget, foreign, and banking sectors. The article does not cover all the economic results of 2019, but only the key macroeconomic processes.

 

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