Bank of the Netherlands Antilles- Annual Report 05

According to the Bank of the Netherlands Antilles' Annual Report 2005, the pace of growth of the Netherlands Antillean economy accelerated to 1.5% in 2005, following a rise of 1.1% in 2004.

"The basis for the economic upturn was supported entirely by more domestic economic activities in both the private and public sectors. Because imports rose faster than exports, the resulting decline in net exports dampened GDP growth. Inflationary pressures were up in 2005, as the inflation rate soared to 3.2%

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