Albania is a middle-income country. In recent years Albania has maintained positive growth rates, despite the ongoing economic crisis. The country is facing a challenge of maintaining growth in a difficult external environment while rebuilding fiscal buffers.
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Since Albania joined the World Bank in 1992, it has received about US$1.8 billion in financing for various sectors. The current portfolio consists of six projects totaling US$250 million of IDA credits and IBRD loans, and about US$15.4 million in Trust Funds.