Portugal; Selected Issues Paper
Portugalâ€™s economy is in deep recession, and the crisis has opened up a large output gap, with severe consequences for employment and government revenue. While the focus is on the medium- and long-term, this analysis also offers insights on how deep the output gap is. It also highlights ways in which policies and reforms can promote growth over the longer haul and suggests that achieving a 2-percent growth rate over the long termâ€”consistent with moderate convergence growthâ€”is a realistic objective.
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