Belarus' GDP growth rate in 2017 planned at 101.5%, inflation should not exceed 9%

03.08.2016
Dynamic growth of Belarus" economy is expected next year. According to the government, the GDP growth rate will increase by 1.5%, while the inflation rate will not exceed 9%. Such data has been announced by Prime Minister Andrei Kobyakov at a meeting of the Presidium of the Council of Ministers.
The GDP growth is expected due to an increase in exports, direct foreign investments and foreign trade balance, which will lead to an increase in the population"s real income. Tariff policy optimisation in the transport and communal services sector will continue. The tax policy will not undergo significant changes and dedollarisation of the economy will continue.
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