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墨西哥的GDP在第二季度暴跌18.7

2020-8-27 13:47

 

新华网墨西哥城8月26日电墨西哥国家统计地理研究所26日表示,受新冠病毒(COVID-19)疫情影响,2020年第二季度墨西哥国内生产总值(GDP)较2019年同期下降18.7%。


根据国家统计局最新修正和季节性调整的数据,第二季度的国内生产总值比第一季度下降了17.1%。


独立运营的国家统计机构7月30日发布的初步预测显示,第一季GDP较上年同期下降18.9%,第二季环比下降17.3%。


墨西哥是拉美仅次于巴西的第二大经济体,根据国家统计局的数据,今年上半年墨西哥国内生产总值(GDP)累计萎缩10.1%。


墨西哥丰业银行金融集团(Scotiabank Financial Group)指出,由于封锁措施导致工业和服务业闲置,最终数据继续代表着经济活动的创纪录降幅。


该组织表示,鉴于疫情的持续爆发,“我们预计经济将持续疲软,尽管经济部门从5月开始逐步重新开放,但疫情将在较小程度上持续到年底。”


"接下来几个季度的前景仍面临高度不确定性,经济政策的实施是阻碍经济迅速复苏的主要因素之一,"该组织补充道。


国际货币基金组织(imf)曾预测,墨西哥2020年的国内生产总值(GDP)将因疫情而下降10.5%。

 

MEXICO CITY, Aug. 26 (Xinhua) -- Mexico's gross domestic product (GDP) fell 18.7 percent in the second quarter of 2020 compared to the same period of 2019, weakened by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) said on Wednesday.

According to Inegi's latest revised and seasonally adjusted figures, GDP in the second quarter dropped 17.1 percent compared to the first quarter.

The independently-run state statistics agency issued a preliminary forecast on July 30 of an 18.9 percent fall in GDP year on year and a 17.3 percent drop between the first and second quarters.

The Mexican economy, the second largest in Latin America after Brazil, saw an accumulated 10.1 percent contraction in GDP in the first half of the year, according to Inegi.

Mexico's Scotiabank Financial Group noted the definitive figures continue to represent record drops in economic activity due to lockdown measures that idled industry and services.

Given the persistent outbreak, "we foresee continued economic weakness, despite the gradual reopening of economic sectors starting in May, and it will prevail to the end of the year to a lesser extent," the group said.

"The outlook for subsequent quarters is still subject to a high degree of uncertainty, where the conduct of economic policy represents one of the main factors that can stand in the way of a speedy recovery," the group added.

The International Monetary Fund has forecast a 10.5 percent drop in GDP for Mexico in 2020, due to the pandemic.

 

来自: xinhua