English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: The OECD Medium-Term Reference Scenario: Economic Outlook No.74 Peter Downes; Aaron Drew; Patrice Ollivaud

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  • The OECD Medium-Term Reference Scenario: Economic Outlook No.74
Author
  • Peter Downes
  • Aaron Drew
  • Patrice Ollivaud
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This working paper describes a medium-term reference scenario for the OECD based on the shortterm projections described in OECD Economic Outlook No.74 . OECD-wide real GDP is projected to expand at 2¾ per cent per annum between 2006 and 2009 and the area-wide rate of unemployment to fall below 6 per cent at the end of the period, while inflation rises only slightly. Despite a fairly robust recovery, fiscal balances remain in significant deficit for the area as a whole; there is little overall improvement in current external imbalances between regions ... Le scenario de reference de l'OCDE a moyen terme : Perspectives économiques no.74 Ce document de travail décrit un scénario de référence à moyen terme pour les pays de l'OCDE se basant pour le court terme sur les prévisions des Perspectives Économiques de l'OCDE No.74 . La croissance du PIB réel de l'OCDE est projetée à 2¾ pour cent par an entre 2006 et 2009 et le taux de chômage de la zone décroîtrait sous le seuil de 6 pour cent en 2009, alors que l'inflation augmenterait seulement légèrement. Malgré une reprise plutôt robuste, les soldes budgétaires continueraient d'être fortement déficitaires pour l'ensemble de la zone. Il y aurait peu d'amélioration en général des déséquilibres actuels des balances courantes entre les régions ...
  • OECD, OCDE, international, prévisions, forecasts, international
  • RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:372-en
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