OECD Expects the Dutch economy to Grow By 2.9 Percent. The Dutch economy is supposed to be on the rise next year. The OECD assumes a plus of 2.9 percent by 2019, reports EYE News.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis (CPB).
These parties provide lower bets of 2.4 and 2.7 percent, respectively.
Experts agree that the Dutch economy will pick up considerably this year. The OECD, for example, is supporting the growth of 3.3 per cent this year.
According to the OECD, it is currently doing well with domestic use. The picture also looks rosy in the Netherlands about investments.
Also, the think tank predicts that exports will continue to grow, also have a positive approach towards thinking that wage growth and inflation will gradually pick up.
Internationally, the signals for economic growth are now also distinctly green. The world economy is anticipated to increase by 3.8 percent this year and by 3.9 percent next year,
according to the OECD. However, the think tank warns against the many risks that could still be a cause of contamination.
For example, the threat of a possible trade war has recently put pressure on confidence. If the situation escalates, this can have effects in, for example, investments or employment in many countries.
The dismantling of the central bank’s stimulus policy and rising oil prices are also, according to the OECD, its an issue to keep focusing.
In the Netherlands in particular, there are still risks linked with the Brexit and signs of overheating in the housing market.
The recent political turmoil in Italy, with all possible consequences, the OECD could no longer include in its report.