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    Edition april 20, 2018

    Germany: US imports of vehicles

    German cars represent 12.9% of US imports of vehicles worth $ 22 billion in 2016. These imports are regularly criticized by the US administration and are threatened with likely tariff barriers that would undermine the country's industrial production.

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  • Edition April 10, 2018 Slovenia: Public debt

    The banking sector had been especially hard-hit and the necessary intervention of the public finances had pushed debt levels up from 21.8% of GDP in 2008 to 82.9% in 2015. Since then, it has been trending down, to a forecast 76.4% of GDP in 2017, and a 63% projection in 2022. The budget deficit, which has also been significantly narrowed, is forecast to be in balance in 2018 and stabilise around this balance at the same time.

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  • Edition 27 March 2018 Italy: Composition of the Lower House

    Elections on 4 March 2018: no party not coalition gained a majority. Moderate parties were in the minority. Of the three coalitions possible, the most likely is that of the centre-right with the Democratic Party.

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  • Edition March 7, 2018 India: trade balance and oil

    Exports rose by a slight 2% in the 12 months to January, compared with a 6.5% increase in the previous month, to USD 24.3 Bn. Imports rose by 17.9%, to USD 40.6 Bn, after rising by 14.5% in December. This meant that the trade deficit widened by USD 1.4 Bn in January, to USD 16.3 Bn, its highest since May 2013. Aggregated over 12 months, it came out at USD 151.2 Bn, compared with USD 144.8 Bn the previous month, its highest since November 2013.

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  • Edition February 19, 2018 Czech Republic: in 2017, the politics of fear

    The Eurobarometer survey sets out the percentage of citizens who chose the defined category as being part of the two major problems that their country is facing. In 2017, terrorism and immigration became the topics causing most concern, thereby overturning the 2012 views, which were more focused on economic concerns. 

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  • Edition February 14, 2018 UK: CPI inflation and MPC's projections

    The BoE continues to expect an overshoot in CPI inflation relative to target at the three-year point (by 11bp) and maintains its view that, as the contribution from external factors – notably the effects of the past depreciation of sterling on import costs – slowly dissipates, domestic inflationary pressures are likely to firm as the economy moves to excess demand from excess supply. 

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