The Prime Minister of Spain: District stability will make 2018 the national GDP growth rate of 3%
Catalonia autonomous region of Spain's parliament in November unilaterally declared independence after the failure, the Spanish government announced that it would hold elections in December 21st district. According to the French "24 hours" news reports quoted Agence France-Presse in December 3rd, the Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy 2 at the meeting of its ruling party candidate "the Spanish people's party," said that if the district returned to "normal", GDP growth in 2018 is expected to reach 3% in spain.
Rajoy said, "as long as we return to normal, stable and calm, the growth of economic growth next year is expected to rise from 2.3% to 3%". Rajoy downgraded the expectation from 2.6% to 2.3% in November because of the "independence" incident.
Reported that during the event and the unique "parade once affected the district tourism, retail and car sales. The International Monetary Fund (IFM) and the organization for economic cooperation and development (OCDE) has issued a warning, accounting for over 19% of the district GDP of Spain's political crisis may lead to a slowdown in economic growth in spain.
It is reported that Spain's GDP growth in 2017 is expected to be 3.1%.