Fiscal Balance in Haiti
Haiti - Fiscal BalanceThe economy floundered throughout fiscal year 2018—which runs from October to September—and only marginally accelerated from 2017’s feeble showing. The improvement was due largely to more favorable weather conditions supporting agricultural output and solid construction activity as public investment projects almost doubled. In addition, consumption growth was buttressed by remittances, which were up nearly a fifth year-on-year and represent more than a third of Haiti’s GDP. These critical inflows, however, are threatened by the Trump administration’s move to end temporary protected status for 50,000 Haitians residents in July 2019. The decision is currently being challenged in a federal court, with a verdict expected after 1 March. On 11 December, the government presented its HTG 172.8 billion budget for FY2019 to parliament.
Haiti - Fiscal Balance Data
|Fiscal Balance (% of GDP)||-7.2||-6.4||-2.5||-0.1||-1.0|
5 years of economic forecasts for more than 30 economic indicators.
|Exchange Rate||78.26||-1.13 %||Jan 16|
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