Economy of Belarus – 2018-2019

The review includes the analysis of the macroeconomic indicators, economy financial performance, and credit and monetary policy. A certain section of the review is devoted to the situation in the real sector of the economy by main kinds of activities. The review describes the most probable scenarios of developments.

SUMMARY

I. ECONOMY OF BELARUS – RESULTS OF 2018

GDP and industrial production

Public debt and gold and foreign exchange reserves

Belarus in the international context

Leaders and outsiders of the Belarusian economy

Troubled debts of economic entities

Leaders and outsiders of the Belarusian economy

Consumer sector

II. ECONOMY OF BELARUS – 2019

Optimistic scenario

Basic scenario

Pessimistic scenario

Forecast for development in a range of branches

VOLUME: 41 pages

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Articles
Refusal of quarantine and growing credit exposure could not allow Belarusian economy to grow
14 / 05 / 2020

In January-March 2020, Belarus; GDP amounted to 99.7% in comparable prices as against January-March 2019. Although Belarus' GDP gradually began to win back the January fall in February-March of this year, the index is nevertheless decreasing.

Norwegian oil cost Belarus about USD 520 per ton
21 / 04 / 2020
According to the National Statistical Committee, the turnover of foreign trade in goods decreased by USD 1,474.6 million or 14.0% in January-February 2020 compared to January-February 2019 and amounted to USD 9,048.3 million.
Belarusian economic problems appeared before epidemic
13 / 04 / 2020

This conclusion is contained in the review "Economy of Belarus in February-March 2020" prepared by the experts of the research company InComeIn.

About 50% of Belarusians to be able to live on their savings for at most two months
06 / 04 / 2020

An example of many countries struggling with the coronavirus epidemic shows that the introduction of quarantine can not only stop the spread of the epidemic but also prevent serious economic consequences for the country and the population. The likelihood that enterprises in Belarus will not be able to partially or fully carry out their activities due to the coronavirus epidemic only increases.

EAEU GDP growth rates slowed down by 1.6 times in 2019
10 / 03 / 2020

According to the Department of Statistics of the Eurasian Economic Committee (EEC), the GDP of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) countries grew by 1.4% in comparable prices over the past year. All main kinds of activities demonstrated growth. Passenger transportation, agriculture, and manufacturing showed the greatest growth.