EBRD Chief Economist Sergei Guriev on the latest economic forecast

EBRD Chief Economist Sergei Guriev says growth across the EBRD region is expected to pick up in 2016 and 2017 despite continued major risks, according to the EBRD’s latest economic forecasts.

Depressed commodity prices and security concerns are putting a brake on growth in some countries while geopolitical tensions and weakness of global trade continue to weigh on others. Meanwhile, the British vote to exit the European Union, while raising questions about the impact on growth in the eurozone, has had a positive short-term effect on capital flows to emerging markets.

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