European Economics

European Economics Focus

21 March, 2018

Will productivity growth start to pick up?

The weakness of euro-zone productivity growth since the global financial crisis can in part be attributed to cyclical factors. As these factors reverse, there is scope for economic growth to remain strong without a corresponding sharp rise in inflation. But structural headwinds will prevent a marked pick-up in productivity growth, keeping a lid on potential GDP growth.

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