UPDATE Zona euro: recesiunea continua in primul trimestru, cu o reducere de 0,2% a PIB-ului. Franta a intrat oficial in recesiune

de R.M.     HotNews.ro
Miercuri, 15 mai 2013, 12:15 Economie | Finanţe

Recesiunea a continuat in zona euro in primul trimestru, cand Produsul Intern Brut s-a redus cu 0,2%, a anuntat miercuri oficiul european de statistici, Eurostat, intr-o prima estimare citata de AFP.

Datele sunt sub asteptarile pietei: majoritatea analistilor interogati de Dow Jones Newswires mizau pe un recul al PIB-ului de 0,1%, dupa scaderea de 0,6% din trimestrul IV 2012.

Cifrele arata o relansare timida in Germania, cu o usoara crestere de 0,1% ai PIB-ului sau in primul trimestru. Analistii se asteptau insa la rezultate mai bine pentru prima economie europeana, de +0,3%.

Franta a intrat oficial in recesiune: PIB-ul celei de-a doua economii a scazut cu 0,2% in primul trimestru, dupa o contractie similara in ultimul trimestru al anului 2012.

Zona euro, intrata in recesiune in trimestrul III din 2012, inregistreaza astfel al patrulea trimestru consecutiv de reducere a PIB-ului.

Pentru ansamblul Uniunii Europene, PIB-ul a scazut cu 0,1% in raport cu trimestrul precedent.

In comparatie cu acelasi trimestru al anului precedent, PIB-ul a inregistrat o scadere de 1,0% in zona euro si de 0,7% in UE.

In acelasi timp, PIB-ul Statelor Unite a crescut cu 0,6% in primul trimestru din 2013, dupa un progres usor de 0,1% in trimestrul IV 2012.











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    Ieri 14 mai, la Uniunea Europeana s-a aprobat cererea lui Barroso de a suplimenta bugetul UE/2013 cu 11,2 miliarde de Euro platibile in 2 transe (7,3 + 3,9) ...
    Merkel pana la urma a cedat ...
    ( Pentru ce Hotnews nu spune nimic si despre asta ? )

    EU finance ministers urged to reach 'compromise' over 2013 budget
    http://www.theparliament.com/latest-news/article/newsarticle/eu-finance-ministers-urged-to-reach-compromise-over-2013-budget/


    Germany drops resistance to €7.3 billion in additional funding for 2013 budget.
    http://www.europeanvoice.com/article/2013/may/eu-finance-ministers-approve-budget-top-up/77225.aspx

    Finance ministers from the 27 European Union's member states have approved €7.3 billion in additional funding for the EU's 2013 budget, in a move that is expected to ensure that negotiations with MEPs on the long-term budget (2014-20) will continue.
    Germany shifted its position on the top-up request making a deal possible. Wolfgang Schäuble, Germany's finance minister, said that the decision had not been easy but that the overriding interest now was to keep the talks on the long-term budget going.
    Germany had opposed the €7.3bn as too high in negotiations among member states' ambassadors in Brussels last week.
    Germany's U-turn meant that the opponents of the deal – the UK, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and Denmark – no longer had the votes to block it.
    George Osborne, the UK finance minister, said: “We are being asked to support a substantial increase in a budget that we have already agreed and I do not think that is acceptable and it flows from poor financial management. I will be voting against this budget proposal, I know that Britain is not alone in this.” ...


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