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Macro Poverty Outlook for Europe and Central Asia

Country-by-country analysis and projections for the developing world

Overview

The Macro Poverty Outlook (MPO) analyzes macroeconomic and poverty developments in 22 developing countries in Europe and Central Asia. The report is released twice annually for the Spring and Annual Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. The MPO consists of individual country notes that provide an overview of recent developments, forecasts of major macroeconomic variables and poverty during 2023-2025, and a discussion of critical challenges for economic growth, macroeconomic stability, and poverty reduction moving forward.

Countries

 Published  October 5thPublished  October 5th
AlbaniaMPODatasheet
ArmeniaMPODatasheet
AzerbaijanMPODatasheet
BelarusMPODatasheet
Bosnia and HerzegovinaMPODatasheet
BulgariaMPODatasheet
CroatiaMPODatasheet
GeorgiaMPODatasheet
KazakhstanMPODatasheet
KosovoMPODatasheet
Kyrgyz RepublicMPODatasheet
 Published  October 5thPublished  October 5th
MoldovaMPODatasheet
MontenegroMPODatasheet
North MacedoniaMPODatasheet
PolandMPODatasheet
RomaniaMPODatasheet
Russian FederationMPODatasheet
SerbiaMPODatasheet
TajikistanMPODatasheet
TürkiyeMPODatasheet
UkraineMPODatasheet
UzbekistanMPODatasheet


Notes: For more on the greenhouse gas projections see GHG emissions in MFMod (pdf).

Data Dashboard

The interactive dashboard allows data from the revised MPO forecasts to be visualized, compared across countries, and downloaded.