There is much debate about the profile of the economic recovery after the crisis of the Covid : V (quick recovery), U (reversal shift), W (relapse, for example, with a second wave of the pandemic). But one point seems clear : after a recession as violent (a decline of 7% to 8% of the gross domestic product in 2020 in all OECD countries), the potential growth, that is to say, the long-term growth, will be weaker. This means that if the level of GDP prior to the crisis is found, the level of GDP that we would have had without the crisis will never be found since the growth... Article reserved to subscribers
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Updated Date: 08 August 2020, 04:33