Western Balkans to grow by 3.2 pct in 2017, 3.6 pct in 2018 – World Bank

The World Bank has raised its economic growth forecasts for the Western Balkans, Reuters reports. Positive growth is expected over the next couple years in Albania, Bosnia, Montenegro and Serbia, despite lingering concerns over Greece, Turkey and Brexit. Growth is expected to slow in Macedonia and possibly Kosovo, which are experiencing political crises.

 

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