Amidst Covid and inflation uncertainty, 2022 budget looks forward to solid growth

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, Debt, GDP, MoF, Revenues
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Amidst growing concerns about the impact of the latest pandemic wave and ongoing pressures on the inflation front, led by energy prices, the Finance Ministry tabled a revised final budget for 2022 in which most macro variables and assumptions are improved compared to the draft tabled at the start of October.

This is the second year on the bounce that the government has tabled a final budget with new restrictions on movements in place, only this year they are mostly focused on unvaccinated citizens. Last year, it was tabled during a lockdown that was meant t...

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