Annual growth in the debt fe;ll to 33% in the month from 41% in August, which was the highest rate recorded since March 2003.
Some relief evident, however, for FX-loan indebted construction firms with Turkish lira strengthening around 20% since start of September.
Belarus' GDP grew by 3.7% year-on-year in January-September following the same growth in January-August (and a 4.4% y/y growth in January-July), according to the national statistics agency Belstat.
The figure is a big advance on September's forecast of 19.61% with the country's CPI having surprised the market by springing from 17.9% in August to 24.52% in September.
Slovak average harmonised inflation rate amounted at 2.5% in September, the Slovak Statistics Office reported on Wednesday October 17. In August the inflation accelerated to 2.8% y/y from 2.6% in July.
Country must repay $45bn in foreign debts across August-December, with private sector share calculated at $37bn says Treasury.
Turkish Automotive Distributors’ Association sees sales of 600,000 units in 2018 and 450,000 in 2019.
Consumers tightening their belts amid currency crisis, roaring inflation and the likelihood of a severe recession.
Both Southeast European countries were ranked below most of their EU peers in the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2018, but performed well in the ICT category.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2018 gives Slovenia a perfect score for macroeconomic stability.
Deepest decline was in the residential segment.