Source: World Bank
World Bank forecasts are frequently updated based on new information and changing (global) circumstances. Consequently, projections presented here may differ from those contained in other Bank documents, even if basic assessments of countries’ prospects do not differ at any given moment in time.
a. Growth rates over intervals are compound weighted averages; average growth contributions, ratios and deflators are calculated as simple averages of the annual weighted averages for the region.
b. GDP at market prices and expenditure components are measured in constant 2010 U.S. dollars.
c. Exports and imports of goods and non-factor services (GNFS).
d. Broader geographic region includes developing ECA and 6 recently transitioned high-income countries (Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, and Slovenia.)
e. EU: Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia. Central and Southeastern Europe: Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania.
f. Eastern Europe: Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine.
g. Western Balkans: Albania: Bosnia and Herzegovina; FYR Macedonia; Montenegro; Serbia
h. South Caucasus: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Georgia.
l. Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.