Business Survey in Guatemala

Six out of ten companies surveyed have reduced their production due to the economic crisis.

Friday, June 26, 2009

According to the XLI Business Survey conducted by the Association of Research and Social Studies (Asies), businesses' productive outputs are at their lowest levels in the last 10 years.

Lorena Álvarez writes on the website “The businesses surveyed report a reduction in their revenues, a situation that primarily affects factories and companies that provide services to households due to families reducing their expenses.”

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May 2008

Private-sector analysts have reduced their estimate of economic growth this year in Guatemala from 4.3 percent to 4 percent, according to a survey by the central bank, Banguat.

The analysts are generally pessimistic on this year's outlook and estimate that inflation with end the year at 9.92 percent.

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