Der jährliche Schwachsinn der EU Fortschritts Berichte, damit die Dümmsten der EU eine Beschäftigung finden

Kaum zu glauben was diese Leute ständig von sich geben, während über 60 % der Bevölkerung die Auswanderung vorbereiten.

European Commission Positive on Albanian Economic Growth, Despite Many Obstacles

European Commission Positive on Albanian Economic Growth, Despite Many Obstacles

A yearly European Commission (EC) report under the title 2017 Economic Reform Programmes of Albania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo: The Commission’s Over and Country Assessments, published on June 6 is optimistic about economic growth in the Balkans, predicting and overall growth of the GDP over the next few years in all countries surveyed in the report, including Albania.

The EC expects the GDP growth to increase from a project 3.8% in 2017 to 4.2% 2019, and unemployment to drop from 14.4% in 2017 to 12.5% in 2019.

In spite of these positive predictions, the EC still sees a number of obstacles:

  • Although debt is stabilized, public debt still exceeds 70% of GDP. The EC also indicates that “the country’s fiscal adjustment plans are markedly less ambitious than in last year’s programme and aim mainly at locking-in the recently achieved consolidation gains.” This means that under the future plans of the Rama government, public debt will only decrease if the GDP continues to grow. The EC predicts a public debt of 68.9% in 2017, dropping to 62.8% in 2019.
  • “The overhang of non-performing loans still burdens banks’ balance sheets and impedes credit recovery.” In 2016, 18.3% of all loans were non-performing, an increase from 17.7% in 2015.
  • “Inefficiencies in the energy sector, including insufficient security of supply, continue to weigh on Albania’s competitiveness. “
  • “The lack of clarity around land ownership is among the key constraints on Albania’s economic development, affecting a number of sectors including infrastructure and industrial development, agriculture, the property market and access to finance.”
  • “High structural unemployment and inactivity and a widespread skills mismatch are the main challenges for the labour market.”
  • Ergebnis kam auch der IEP-Bericht, in dem es heißt, „bereits heute
    stellt ‚Mafiaboss‘ den meistgenannten Berufswunsch von Kindern und
    Jugendlichen dar“
    (vgl. Klares Votum für ein unabhängiges Mafiastan).


ist das kriminelle Chaos einer reines „failed state“ inzwischen für kluge Albaner nicht mehr zuertragen, das die einzige Bildung in Albanien in den Schulen und den Universitäten ist, das man nur als Betrüger, Krimineller Erfolg haben kann.

Letter from Albania: Why I want to leave

April 18, 2017, 12:04 am
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