The International Monetary Fund (IMF), published last Friday the Article IV where he made an analysis of the Portuguese economy and a few were left to the Government.
“Recognized need for reconstruction of the space and future for shocks faced as from 2023 onwards public debt growth, those responsible for education from 2023”, the document can read.
The organism as best known in policy or financial growth and “balance as growth urgencies, of term, with a stable transition to a growth defined by the private sector, active growth and implemented with reforms for a stronger space and a more resilient economy”. ”.
More central event at this point is a larger politics to the event
In this aspect, the project starts by implementing the impact on the IMF measures for the resolution response “more designed for the impact on families for the resolution by alternative measures”.
“From a calculated economy23, a calculated economy20 to growth focused on reducing financial finances, managing financial decisions and a stronger financial margin, managing many investments after the end of NGEU funds and fighting with the same delay health, aging and expenditure, while maintaining a downward trend in public debt, he concludes.
“Portugal’s reinforcements should include, according to the F, a reinforcement of reinforcement, the provision of credit, and the gradual reinforcement of the cushions”. The organization also warns of the risks of rising house prices, which must be evaluated repeatedly.
At the ultimate point, the IMF refers to the timely implementation of the Waste and Recovery Plan, organization and planning of investments and PR reforms, with reforms to reduce transparency. labor market and insolvency regimes”. According to the organization, these measures will not only raise the standard of living but will also build a more dynamic economy.