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The economic recovery maintained its momentum in 2000 with real GDP growth of 4.2 percent, despite slower industrial expansion. Exports were the main engine of growth as domestic demand remained weak. Monetary policy stayed accommodative with low interest rates while the fiscal deficit improved. Reducing the level of nonperforming loans and restructuring the corporate sector are critical to continued economic improvement. Real GDP grew by 5.7 percent in the first half of 2000 but slowed markedly in the second half, to give a figure for the year of 4.2 percent, the same as in 1999. Rapid acceleration in the first half of ...
You are an entrepreneur and you run a business that provides goods or services to the local community. You had a good business plan that has been studied and developed, down to exactly what kind of competition you would face. You are a supplier of quality products and service. However, the company is still not breaking even, much less make a profit. The corporate debt far exceeds the assets and the payments are behind. You begin to worry that your credit rating begins to suffer and you feel you need help companies debt, but do not know how to get it or what it will cost. You do not want to ... Read More
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