Economic growth slowed to 2.3% in 2020 from 6.0% in 2019. On the demand side, investment was the main driver, contributing 2.2 percentage points. Consumption reduced growth by 0.5% in 2020 after contributing 3.5% in 2019, in line with the drop in household consumption and retail sales. On the supply side, services remained the main contributor to growth contributing 2.1 percentage points in 2020, down from 5.1% in 2019. Economic growth is forecast at 8.1% in 2021 and 5.5%. in 2022 as household consumption continues to recover. On the supply side, hospitality, recreation, and tourism is expected to rebound as more people are vaccinated.
|Composite Stock Price Index 1||3.0 (Apr22)||3.0||3.0|
|Broad Money Growth 2||9.7 (Mar22)||9.7||9.2|
|Headline Inflation Rate 3||1.5 (Mar22)||0.9||0.4|
|Industrial/ Manufacturing Production Growth Rate 3||5.0 (Mar22)||5.0||14.1|
|Merchandise Export Growth 3||14.5 (Mar22)||14.5||6.1|
|Exchange Rate Index 4||79.8 (Apr22)||78.7||80.8|
|1 Monthly average, local index.|
3 y-o-y, %.
4 Monthly average, January 2006 = 100, $/local currency.
|Source: Bloomberg LP; CEIC database; CEIC Database.|
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