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Valencian Community Economic Outlook. First half 2017

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The economy of the Region of Valencia grew by 3.5% in 2016 and will continue to do so to 2.7% in 2017 and 2.6% in 2018. 120,000 jobs will be created throughout the biennium in the region, and the precrisis level of GDP per capita will be recovered. The slowdown in domestic demand will only be partially offset by the recovery of the foreign sector.

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Valencian Community Economic Outlook. First half 2016

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Strong domestic regional demand and the continuing tailwinds that have helped sustain the recovery lead to the forecast that GDP growth will stabilise over the next two years at approximately 2.7%. This scenario will enable the creation of 120,000 jobs over this two-year period.

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Valencian Community Outlook. Second semester 2015

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Growth of Valencia's economy gathered pace in the first half of the year, supported by both domestic and external factors, although the latest figures out suggest a slowdown in the coming months. BBVA Research is raising its growth estimate to 3.5% for 2015 and 2.6% in 2016, with potential for 140,000 jobs to be created over the space of these two years.

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Valencian Community Outlook. First half 2015

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The Valencian economy’s recovery is speeding up, supported by factors both external and internal. The exchange rate and the oil price will have a positive effect on competitiveness and will boost activity. Between 2015 and 2016, over 100,000 jobs will be created, but the imbalances in the job market are still significant. Ensuring that public accounts are sustainable would reduce uncertainties and risks to future growth.

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Valencian Community Outlook

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• The Valencian Community is consolidating its growth path in 2014, together with employment creation, and will accelerate in 2015 • Growth is sustained by the expansion in the external sector and an increasingly positive contribution from domestic demand • Continuing with the reformist drive is key if the recovery is to be intense, sustainable and long-lasting

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Valencian Community Outlook. First Half 2014

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The Valencian economy returns to the path of growth. | Dynamism in exports, supported by gains in competitiveness, diversification and the growth of its main trading partners, will continue supporting the recovery. | Exports will still lead growth, sustained by progress in developed economies and diversification of destinations. | The reform drive is key for dealing with structural problems and for returning to the convergence process with the rest of Spain and Europe.

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Presentación ''Situación Comunitat Valenciana''

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En un contexto de fuerte corrección de los desequilibrios, las reformas y la apertura hacia el exterior son claves para la recuperación de la economía de la Comunitat Valenciana.

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