International rating agency Moodys Investors Service expects moderate growth of the world economy.
Nevertheless, the negative factors that could impair the growth significantly, somewhat, the report says.
The slowdown in export growth will negatively affect the developing countries in 2014 and in 2015., While in developed countries the rise in the next year will accelerate due to increased investment companies.
Moody’s expects global economic growth in 2014 by 2.8%, which is below the long-term trend. In 2015, the rate of increase in world GDP accelerated to 3.2%, experts predict.
United States economy will grow by 2% this year and 3% next year, eurozone GDP – by 1% and 1.5%, respectively.