IMF assessment of the Belgian economy and financial sector


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Supported by strong and timely policy response, the Belgian economy and its financial sector showed resilience in withstanding a series of shocks in the past three years. Still, as in most euro area countries, growth is slowing, and core inflation remains high. Furthermore, the pandemic and energy crisis increased already-high public debt and structural fiscal deficits. Meanwhile, an aging population and the climate transition are putting pressure on public finances while low productivity and labor participation are dampening potential growth. The IMF will present its most recent evaluation of the economy and financial sector, and its recommended policies to address this confluence of conjunctural and structural challenges.

Mr. Jean-François Dauphin, IMF's Mission Chief for Belgian Article IV and Mrs. Padamja Khandelwal, IMF's Mission Chief for Belgian Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP), will elaborate on the subject.

Registration: you can register until 16 January.

Language: The conference will be held in English. There will be no simultaneous translation.

Date et heure: 
Jeudi 18 janvier 2024, 14:00 - 15:30
Jean-François Dauphin (IMF), Padamja Khandelwal (IMF)
National Bank of Belgium, Room A, 61 Rue Montagne aux Herbes Potagères, 1000 Brussels
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