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October 19, 2017

About Kathernine Reina

I’m Kathernine Reina, 29 years-old woman from Nevada, USA. I graduated in Princeton University and have experience in finance, business and management. My position in Economics Gazette is content writer and editor, following the latest economy and employment news from NAFTA region.

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Greece IMF review

IMF does not want additional savings for Greece

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) does not want additional savings for Greece. The institution has entered an explanatory regime after publishing a full report and its forecast of the country’s development. Economic growth for 2018 is corrected from 2.4% to 2.6%, but also expecting a primary budget surplus of 2.2% of gross domestic product (GDP).

IMF

IMF revised its assessment for the global economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised its assessment for the global economy. According to the experts of the fund the economic recovery globally accelerates and the picture is much different than last year, when the world economy was limited. The accelerating growth is seen in Europe, China, Japan and the United States, as well as

German trade surplus

German trade surplus expanded in August 2017

German trade surplus expanded in August, as the export growth outpaced the rise in imports. The growing trade surplus adds a new evidence that the largest European economy was strong in the third quarter. The seasonally adjusted exports increased by 3.1% in the month, while imports grew by 1.2% compared with July, according to data

Coca Cola

German plant of Coca-Cola moves its staff in Bulgaria

The German subsidiary of Coca-Cola plans to close its center in Weimar and move some staff from the Human Resources and Finance departments in Bulgaria, announced Anja Schenk fro the Public Affairs and Communications unit. “To achieve the highest possible standardization within the entire European organization of Coca-Cola European Partners, part of the financial and

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