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International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Abstract

El ritmo de la recuperación ha desilusionado en los últimos años, y los riesgos a la baja se han agudizado, entre ellos el derivado de las mayores tensiones geopolíticas. Este agravamiento de los riesgos destaca la necesidad de priorizar el aumento del crecimiento efectivo y potencial. En varias economías, un aumento de la inversión en infraestructura pública también puede respaldar la demanda y ayudar a estimular el producto potencial. Y tanto en las economías avanzadas como en las emergentes y en desarrollo existe una necesidad general y urgente de reformas estructurales para afianzar el crecimiento potencial o para lograr que el crecimiento sea más sostenible. En los cuatro capítulos del informe se examinan las perspectivas generales de la economía, el panorama futuro de países y regiones individuales, las ventajas de una mayor inversión en infraestructura pública para incrementar el producto, y el grado en que los desequilibrios mundiales se han reducido con respecto al máximo que registraron en 2006.

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Abstract

Le rythme de la reprise déçoit depuis plusieurs années et les risques baissiers se sont intensifiés, notamment en raison de la montée des tensions géopolitiques. Du fait de ces risques accrus, l'augmentation de la croissance réelle et potentielle constitue une priorité. Dans un certain nombre de pays, une augmentation des investissements dans les infrastructures publiques pourrait également contribuer à appuyer la demande et à renforcer la production potentielle. Dans les pays avancés ainsi que dans les pays émergents ou en développement, il est urgent dans l'ensemble de procéder à des réformes structurelles pour renforcer le potentiel de croissance ou rendre la croissance plus durable. Les quatre chapitres abordent les perspectives globales pour l'économie mondiale, celles des différents pays et régions, les effets de l'augmentation de l'investissement dans les infrastructures publiques sur la hausse de la production, et la réduction considérable des déséquilibres mondiaux depuis le pic de 2006.

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Abstract

The pace of recovery has disappointed in recent years, and downside risks have increased, including from heightened geopolitical tensions. These increased risks make it a priority to raise actual and potential growth. In a number of economies, an increase in public infrastructure investment can also provide support to demand and help boost potential output. And in advanced economies as well as emerging and developing economies there is a general, urgent need for structural reforms to strengthen growth potential or make growth more sustainable. The four individual chapters examine the overall global outlook, the prospects for individual countries and regions, the benefits of increased public infrastructure investment in terms of raising output, and the extent to which global imbalances have narrowed significantly since their peak in 2006.

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Abstract

The pace of recovery has disappointed in recent years, and downside risks have increased, including from heightened geopolitical tensions. These increased risks make it a priority to raise actual and potential growth. In a number of economies, an increase in public infrastructure investment can also provide support to demand and help boost potential output. And in advanced economies as well as emerging and developing economies there is a general, urgent need for structural reforms to strengthen growth potential or make growth more sustainable. The four individual chapters examine the overall global outlook, the prospects for individual countries and regions, the benefits of increased public infrastructure investment in terms of raising output, and the extent to which global imbalances have narrowed significantly since their peak in 2006.

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Abstract

The pace of recovery has disappointed in recent years, and downside risks have increased, including from heightened geopolitical tensions. These increased risks make it a priority to raise actual and potential growth. In a number of economies, an increase in public infrastructure investment can also provide support to demand and help boost potential output. And in advanced economies as well as emerging and developing economies there is a general, urgent need for structural reforms to strengthen growth potential or make growth more sustainable. The four individual chapters examine the overall global outlook, the prospects for individual countries and regions, the benefits of increased public infrastructure investment in terms of raising output, and the extent to which global imbalances have narrowed significantly since their peak in 2006.

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Abstract

The pace of recovery has disappointed in recent years, and downside risks have increased, including from heightened geopolitical tensions. These increased risks make it a priority to raise actual and potential growth. In a number of economies, an increase in public infrastructure investment can also provide support to demand and help boost potential output. And in advanced economies as well as emerging and developing economies there is a general, urgent need for structural reforms to strengthen growth potential or make growth more sustainable. The four individual chapters examine the overall global outlook, the prospects for individual countries and regions, the benefits of increased public infrastructure investment in terms of raising output, and the extent to which global imbalances have narrowed significantly since their peak in 2006.