GDP in Kosovo
Kosovo - GDPThe country will head to the polls on 11 June after a no-confidence motion was passed in Parliament in early May. Prime Minister Isa Mustafa’s government had been characterized by intense political disputes between law makers over contentious issues such as border demarcations with neighboring Montenegro and the creation of political entities in the Serb-dominated North. A big question remains as to how the new government will tackle those key issues which were largely to blame for the government’s collapse and solutions are necessary to make progress in EU accession talks. It also remains to be seen how the new government will address important economic matters such as an extremely elevated unemployment rate, flagging economic growth and a large informal sector.
Kosovo - GDP Data
|Economic Growth (GDP, annual variation in %)||4.4||2.8||3.4||1.2||4.1|
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Kosovo GDP Chart
|Bond Yield||5.30||0.0 %||Apr 30|
|Exchange Rate||1.12||0.43 %||Jun 16|
|Stock Market||1.4||0.0 %||Jun 12|
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