Metodi Tzanov

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Chief Economist @ EmergingMarketWatch

Metodi is the Chief Economist of EmergingMarketWatch, based in the company’s headquarters in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has held the position of Eurozone periphery reginal head before moving to his current post where he is overseeing the EM Macro and Political research. Metodi is also involved in EMWatch’s Business Development projects.

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Turkey: Parliament passes critical bill on changes in economic regulations

The parliament approved an omnibus draft law by the ruling party AKP, including some of the measures promised in the lira rescue package, announced last month, the Bloomberg HT financial news website reported yesterday. It updated the 5% pay hike to ...
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Metodi Tzanov @ EmergingMarketWatch 20 January 2022
Turkey: Parliament passes critical bill on changes in economic regulations
Turkey: Parliament passes critical bill on changes in economic regulations

Senegal: Local elections to take place on Sunday amidst political tensions

The municipal elections in Senegal will take place on Sunday (23 January) amidst heightened social and political tensions, fueled on one side by the Covid-induced hardships, and on the other - by the growing dissatisfaction with president Macky Sall ...
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Metodi Tzanov @ EmergingMarketWatch 19 January 2022
Senegal: Local elections to take place on Sunday amidst political tensions
Senegal: Local elections to take place on Sunday amidst political tensions

Uzbekistan: Budget 2022 allows for consolidation, implementation will be key

Uzbekistan's parliament passed the fiscal framework for 2022 with a headline deficit of 3% of GDP or UZS 25.5tn. Consolidated budget revenues are projected at UZS 254.6tn in 2022, a nominal increase of 24%. It should be noted that in 2019-2021 the Fi...
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Metodi Tzanov @ EmergingMarketWatch 20 December 2021

Ghana 2022 budget: Will the government be able to pull it off?

Finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta presented the draft 2022 budget in parliament, which seeks to strike a balance between supporting economic recovery after the pandemic and accelerating fiscal consolidation and placing debt on a sustainable path. the f...
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Metodi Tzanov @ EmergingMarketWatch 18 November 2021

South Africa: Local elections on November 1 put support for ANC to test

South Africa will be heading to the municipal election polls on November 1. The 2021 local elections faced various hurdles and preparations went off-schedule amid the third COVID-19 infections wave. It could strengthen internal criticism and direct m...
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Metodi Tzanov @ EmergingMarketWatch 28 October 2021
South Africa: Local elections on November 1 put support for ANC to test
South Africa: Local elections on November 1 put support for ANC to test

Serbia: Govt cuts 2021 budget deficit to 4.9% of GDP on revenue overperformance

In October, the government proceeded to the second revision of the 2021 budget, but unlike in 2020 the rewrite was made to reduce the budget deficit to RSD 304.5bn (4.9% of GDP) from RSD 412.2bn gap (6.9% of GDP) planned in April. The second budget r...
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Metodi Tzanov @ EmergingMarketWatch 25 October 2021
Serbia: Govt cuts 2021 budget deficit to 4.9% of GDP on revenue overperformance
Serbia: Govt cuts 2021 budget deficit to 4.9% of GDP on revenue overperformance

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