The IMF see aItaly growing and improving GDP estimates national.
The 2021, according to the indications of the International Monetary Fund, it will mark a robust revival, driven above all by the vaccination campaign that has taken hold.
However, some gray areas remain for Italian growth: what did the IMF recommend to Italy for the recovery of GDP?
IMF: Italy’s GDP over 4%, under these conditions
The forecasts of the International Monetary Fund are added to those of the OECD, Bank of Italy, Confindustria, the EU Commission.
The second part of the current year should be positive for the country: the IMF sees GDP rebound by 4.3% in 2021 and 4% in 2022.
Important percentages for our country, in the running with an aggressive vaccination plan across the nation. On the horizon, moreover, there are the first billion (perhaps 25) of NextGenerationEU which could arrive in July.
Prospects for a relaunch for Italy, therefore, accompanied by the necessary conditions for growth. According to the IMF, the beautiful country will have to:
- maintain political support until recovery starts;
- speed up the structural reforms of the Pnrr;
- invest immediately in digital, sustainability and inclusion;
- promote the fairness of the tax system;
- balance the expense and the balance
In fact, there is no lack of alert from the International Monetary Fund debt / GDP, which will reach 159.9% in 2021 and deficit, 11.8% this year.