In this context, less attention was paid to the economic performance of the country, although a quite positive development can be noted. The economy is growing at a stable rate of 3% p.a. and the overall macroeconomic situation seems stable.
This should support the newly elected decision-makers and provide the economic basis to implement the reforms mandated by the electorate.
A fast agreement with the IMF about a new long-term programme would be an important signal to all other international stakeholders against the background of a more uncertain development of the world economy.