IMF Staff visits Kosovo

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IMF Staff visits Kosovo


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An International Monetary Fund mission led by Stephanie Eble, visited Pristina during 12-18 June, to discuss recent economic developments and Kosovo.
Eble concluded that higher private sector and export-led growth is needed to reduce high unemployment. She also stated that recent policy initiatives could weaken the investment climate, and that policies should focus on advancing structural reforms.

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