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Authors: 
Döhrn, Roland
Year of Publication: 
2013
Citation: 
[Journal:] Wirtschaftsdienst [ISSN:] 1613-978X [Publisher:] Springer [Place:] Heidelberg [Volume:] 93 [Year:] 2013 [Issue:] 5 [Pages:] 323-327
Abstract: 
Die Gemeinschaftsdiagnose prognostiziert für 2013 eine leichte Konjunkturbelebung für die Weltwirtschaft. Die Entwicklung in Europa ist dagegen mit Unsicherheiten behaftet. Deutschland wird allerdings wohl etwas rascher wachsen als die EU im Durchschnitt. Dabei kommen die entscheidenden Impulse von der inländischen Verwendung. Am Arbeitsmarkt dürfte sich die Lage zudem weiter verbessern. Weltweit, aber auch in der EU, werden die Aussichten für 2014 als noch besser eingeschätzt.
Abstract (Translated): 
According to the recent Joint Forecast, the German economy is back on an upward trend in spring 2013. The situation in the financial markets has eased and the headwind from the world economy has tailed off somewhat. The institutes expect gross domestic product in Germany to increase by 0.8% this year and by 1.9% next year. The expansion will mainly be driven by domestic demand. The labour market situation is expected to improve further. With capacity utilisation rising, inflation is forecasted to edge up to 2.0% next year. The public budget will be almost balanced in 2013 and should show a surplus of 0.5% in relation to gross domestic product in 2014. However, risks will continue to remain until the euro crisis is resolved.
JEL: 
E27
E32
E37
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Document Type: 
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