The Government of Mexico announced that the country’s economy maintains stable growth, compared to other member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), such as Germany, Italy, Japan or the United States, among other nations.
Government projects that the Colombian economy would grow 1.3% and inflation of 7.2% in 2023
The economic calculations were revised downward if one takes into account that last August’s projections were for growth in the gross domestic product (GDP) of 1.8% and inflation of 9.9%.
Through Twitter, the official account of the Mexican Government indicated that while the large economies “lose momentum”, Mexico was located in November 2022 at 100.6 points, being second highest of all the countries of the organization, being surpassed only by Ireland (with 101.4 points), but above the average which was 98.3.
Information in development…
Colombia ranked 14th in economic progress during 2022
In the ranking there are also Latin American countries such as Mexico in fourth place and Chile that obtained the 23rd place
What will the National Government have to do in 2023 to keep the Colombian economy afloat?
The professor of Public Finance and Budget of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Universidad del Rosario, Henry Amorocho, analyzed the economic challenges of the coming year