2014-15 growth forecasts for Libya should be interpreted cautiously – World Bank

By Sami Zaptia.

Tripoli, 8 August 2014:

In its latest report, MENA QUARTERLY ECONOMIC BRIEF (Issue 3, July 2014 ) Predictions, Perceptions and Economic Reality - Challenges of seven Middle East and North Africa countries described in 14 Charts, the World Bank warns that recent growth forecasts for the MENA 7 countries (which include Libya) that show a mild economic recovery underway in 2014-15 should be interpreted cautiously since a rosy forecasts for these countries in 2010 did not materialize . . .

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