The slowdown of the economy is supported by a strong contraction of investment over the already weak levels reported in recent years, which is one of the main challenges for the future of the Colombian economy.
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In this Presentation, we explain how geopolitics is becoming a key economic driver in the change of global value chains and the opportunities this brings to Mexican manufacturing production as well as exploring the regional investment opportunities in the country.
The post-pandemic recovery process has been a mixed bag. On the plus side, both the labor force and employment have grown. However, GDP growth has not been enough to increase per capita income and productivity, and the gap with the EU has widen…
This year, investment in Mexico has experienced notable growth. Between January and July, it grew 20% compared to the same period of the previous year.
Pro-cyclical policies and threats to the viability of the eurozone are two obstacles that are best avoided as we move forward. What’s left of the fiscal consolidation process is certainly significant and there should first be a consensus on how…
This presentation addresses the EU-Latam relationship and its structural challenges, as well as focusing on the analysis of the levers for productivity growth and how both regions can better address the challenges ahead by shoring up their relations on multiple fronts, building on many strengths.
Credit is on the decline for businesses and households alike, as interest rates continue to rise. Perhaps most notably, it is doing so while the recovery continues. The deleveraging of the Spanish economy is not just a recent trend, and is likely down to various structural factors.
In the second quarter of 2023, the colombian GDP grew 0.3% YoY. Domestic demand decelerated sharply, mostly explained by investment, which implied a double-digit drop in total imports. For 2023, BBVA Research maintains the GDP growth forecast a…
In 1Q23, Spain recovered the GDP level of 4Q19, just before the COVID-19 crisis. The reasons for taking longer to do so than most European Union (EU27) countries are several, but an important one in terms of its implications is the slow recover…
The Spanish economy saves more than it invests, exports more than it imports, pays less and less interest than the returns it generates abroad, and will do all this at record high levels this year.
The Big Data Consumption Index registered a YoY decline once again in June, while the Big Data Investment Index accelerated its growth.
The country's fixed capital accumulation is 5% below pre-pandemic levels, but the aggregate masks higher lags in some components.