GDP in Kosovo
Kosovo - GDPKosovo put an end to months of political stalemate after former Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj’s minority government was endorsed on 9 September by 61 MPs in the 120-seat legislature. The road ahead for Prime Minister Haradinaj is challenging. He faces the daunting tasks of improving diplomatic relations with neighboring countries to progress in EU accession talks; lowering unemployment, which currently stands at 30%; and presenting ambitious reform to overhaul Kosovo’s tax, health and education system to parliament. The formation of a government should, however, mitigate political uncertainty to an extent. Despite the turmoil, the economy still expanded a healthy 4.6% annually in Q2 (Q1: +3.9%). Q2’s acceleration from the previous quarter reflects double-digit growth in gross capital formation and exports, the latter of which expanded at the fastest pace since Q4 2014.
Kosovo - GDP Data
|Economic Growth (GDP, annual variation in %)||2.8||3.4||1.2||4.0||3.4|
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Kosovo GDP Chart
|Bond Yield||5.61||0.0 %||Aug 31|
|Exchange Rate||1.19||0.65 %||Oct 19|
|Stock Market||0.1||0.0 %||Oct 19|
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