International Reserves in Belarus

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Belarus - International Reserves

Growth slowed further in Q1 2019 due to spillover effects from a trade quarrel with Russia over oil import taxes, which dented government revenue. Belarus has historically relied on tax-free oil imports, exported at a profit, to generate a key source of state income. Budget strains, owing to the quarrel, forced a slash in consumer subsidies, triggering higher inflation and a contraction in wholesale trade, which likely translated into slower household spending in the quarter. In addition, industrial production teetered in Q1 as a result of the spat with Russia, which, coupled with falling agricultural output, weighed on exports and bruised economic activity. Meanwhile, Moody’s confirmed its B3 credit rating with a stable outlook; however, it also lowered its macroeconomic projections owing to the import tax row.

Belarus - International Reserves Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
International Reserves (EUR)4.8  4.2  3.8  4.7  6.1  

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Belarus International Reserves
Note: International reserves, months of imports.

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Exchange Rate2.11-0.36 %May 13
Stock Market0.10.0 %May 13

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