Guatemala lowers growth estimates

The Bank of Guatemala revised their growth estimates for 2008 to 4.3% which is lower than the 4.8% predicted in April and the initial 5.3% in January.

Friday, September 12, 2008

The Bank acknowledged that the national economy is slowing down due to adverse international conditions, the high price of oil, food and raw material.
The change comes after the Bank carried out a survey of 1250 companies between April and August to estimate GDP growth based on the behavior of employment, sales, inventories and production.

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