IMF: Bulgaria’s Financial System Is Stable and Secure

IMF: Bulgaria’s Financial System Is Stable and Secure

“The International Monetary Fund upped its growth forecast for the Bulgarian economy to 3 percent of the country’s GDP; to this moment expectations were of a 2.3 percent contraction,” said Reza Baqir, head of the regular IMF mission in Bulgaria at a meeting with Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Reza Baqir reiterated the good rating given bank assets as well as the stress tests of the commercial banks in Bulgaria by the IMF’s experts. In his words the results of this unprecedented procedure indicate that the Bulgarian financial system is stable and secure and the institutions regulating and monitoring banks are working to top international professional criteria. The principal economic risks the country faces are the demographic picture and the big economic and social imbalances between individual regions in Bulgaria, the IMF points out.


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