The ECB president said the euro zone economy is expected to continue a moderate recovery – Beijing, China News Agency, Brussels (reporter Shen Chen) in September 26, the European Central Bank President Delagi said here in September 26th, the euro zone economy is expected to continue a moderate recovery, but due to the external demand is expected to reduce the speed of recovery in June, lower than expected. Delagi made the remarks in the quarterly economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament hearing. He pointed out that the British referendum after the euro, the euro zone’s economy has shown its unique toughness in the international political instability occurs when a good response. Delagi recalled: "the results of the referendum in the United Kingdom ‘off Europe’ came out, the initial response to the financial market is very strong, rapid decline in stock prices. But after a while, the euro zone’s economic indicators have largely returned to its previous position." Delagi pointed out that although the euro zone economy on track, but still faces many challenges in the future. Especially with the development of the process of "taking off Europe" and the introduction of the final negotiations, the euro zone economy will be affected and fluctuated. Delagi also revealed that the euro area in 2016 GDP growth is expected to reach 1.7% in 2017 and growth is expected to reach GDP in 2018. Eurozone inflation in 2016 will reach 0.2% in 2017 will reach 1.2% in 2018 will grow to $1.6%. Delagi believes that the current level of inflation in the euro area is still very low. He stressed that the European Central Bank will take all possible means, and strive to achieve the euro zone inflation target of nearly 2% in the medium term. (end)相关的主题文章:

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