PM Borissov Quotes IMF as Projecting 3.2% Economic Growth for Bulgaria in 2019
Sofia, February 3 (BTA) - Bulgaria's economic growth is expected to reach 3.2 per cent in 2018, the unemployment rate to drop to nearly 5 per cent, and the current account to register yet another significant surplus. The prospects for 2019 are similar, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov wrote on his Facebook page on Sunday, referring to findings by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission to Bulgaria.
According to the IMF report, Bulgaria's economic results continue to be stable.
The IMF report also notes the progress achieved as part of the reforms under the European Commission's Cooperation and Verification Mechanism, including through the establishment of a single counter-corruption commission and strengthening the independence of judges and prosecutors, the PM's Facebook post reads.