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List of countries by real GDP growth rate

This is a list of estimates of real gross domestic product growth rate for the latest years recorded in the CIA World Factbook. The estimates are for the year 2013 unless otherwise indicated.[1] The list contains some non-sovereign territories.

Contents

  • List 1
  • Cumulative real growth 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

List

Rank Country Real GDP growth rate (%) [2]
1  South Sudan 24.70
2  Sierra Leone 13.30
3  Turkmenistan 12.20
4  Paraguay 12.00
5  Macau 11.90
6  Mongolia 11.80
7  Turks and Caicos Islands 11.20 (2007 est.)
8  Moldova 8.90
9  Laos 8.30
10  Timor-Leste 8.10
11  Liberia 8.10
12  Cote d'Ivoire 8.00
13  Ghana 7.90
14  Rwanda 7.50
15  Panama 7.50
16  China 7.40
17  Kyrgyzstan 7.40
18  Tajikistan 7.40
19  Mozambique 7.00
20  Eritrea 7.00
21  Cambodia 7.00
22  Tanzania 7.00
23  Uzbekistan 7.00
24  Ethiopia 7.00
25  Philippines 6.80
26  Burma 6.80
27  Gabon 6.60
28  Burkina Faso 6.50
29  Bolivia 6.50
30  The Gambia 6.40
31  Mauritania 6.40
32  Sri Lanka 6.30
33  Niue 6.20 (2003 est.)
34  Niger 6.20
35  Nigeria 6.20
36  Democratic Republic of the Congo 6.20
37  Zambia 6.00
38  Gibraltar 6.00 (2008 est.)
39  Bhutan 5.80
40  Azerbaijan 5.80
41  Republic of the Congo 5.80
42  Bangladesh 5.80
43  India 5.70 (2014 est.)
44  West Bank 5.70 (2011 est.)
45  Angola 5.60
46  Uganda 5.60
47  Togo 5.50
48  Qatar 5.50
49  Papua New Guinea 5.40
50  Indonesia 5.30
51  Guyana 5.30
52  Vietnam 5.30
53  Isle of Man 5.20 (2005 est.)
54  Oman 5.10
55  Peru 5.10
56  Morocco 5.10
57  Kenya 5.10
58  Kazakhstan 5.00
59  Djibouti 5.00
60  Benin 5.00
61  Malawi 5.00
62  Mali 4.80
63  Malaysia 4.70
64  Suriname 4.70
65  Cameroon 4.60
66  Armenia 4.60
67  Burundi 4.50
68  Sao Tome and Principe 4.50
69  Bahrain 4.40
70  Namibia 4.40
71  Chile 4.40
72  Nicaragua 4.20
73  Iraq 4.20
74  Colombia 4.20
75  Singapore 4.10
76  Lesotho 4.10
77  United Arab Emirates 4.00
78  Ecuador 4.00
79  Senegal 4.00
80  Sint Maarten 4.00
81  Solomon Islands 4.00
82  Latvia 4.00
83  Sudan 3.90
84  Chad 3.90
85  Botswana 3.90
86  Yemen 3.80
87  Turkey 3.80
88    Nepal 3.60
89  Pakistan 3.60
90  Saudi Arabia 3.60
91  Uruguay 3.50
92  Maldives 3.50
93  Romania 3.50
94  Guinea-Bissau 3.50
95  Argentina 3.50
96  Montserrat 3.50 (2008 est.)
97  Costa Rica 3.50
98  Comoros 3.50
99  Palau 3.50
100  Lithuania 3.40
101  Haiti 3.40
102  Mauritius 3.40
103  Guatemala 3.30
104  Seychelles 3.30
105  Vanuatu 3.30
106  Israel 3.30
107  Jordan 3.30
108  Zimbabwe 3.20
109  Cuba 3.10 (2012 est.)
110  Macedonia 3.10
111  Algeria 3.10
112  Afghanistan 3.10
113  American Samoa 3.00 (2003 est.)
114  Fiji 3.00
115  Greenland 3.00 (2011 est.)
116  Guernsey 3.00 (2005 est.)
117  Thailand 2.90
118  Kiribati 2.90
129  Hong Kong 2.90
120  Faroe Islands 2.90 (2010 est.)
121  Guinea 2.90
122  Honduras 2.80
123  Canada 2.80 (2014)
124  South Korea 2.80
125  Tunisia 2.80
126  Madagascar 2.60
127  Somalia 2.60 (2010 est.)
128  Australia 2.50
129  Belize 2.50
130  Kosovo 2.50
131  New Zealand 2.50
132  Brazil 2.50
133  Georgia 2.50
134  Aruba 2.40 (2005 est.)
135  Malta 2.40
136  Marshall Islands 2.30
137  Kuwait 2.30
138  Taiwan 2.20
139  Belarus 2.10
140  Serbia 2.00
141  South Africa 2.00
142  United States Virgin Islands 2.00 (2002 est.)
143   Switzerland 2.00
144  Japan 2.00
145  Dominican Republic 2.00
146  Saint Kitts and Nevis 1.90
147  Iceland 1.90
148  The Bahamas 1.90
149  United Kingdom 1.80
150  Egypt 1.80
151  Antigua and Barbuda 1.70
152  United States 1.60
153  Norway 1.60
154  El Salvador 1.60
155  Trinidad and Tobago 1.60
156  Venezuela 1.60
157  Lebanon 1.50
158  Estonia 1.50
159  Cape Verde 1.50
160  Montenegro 1.50
161  Brunei 1.40
162  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1.30
163  North Korea 1.30 (2012 est.)
164  Guam 1.30 (2002-2010 avg. est.)
165  British Virgin Islands 1.30 (2010 est.)
166  Poland 1.30
167  Russia 1.30
168  Mexico 1.20
169  Cayman Islands 1.10 (2008 est.)
170  Tuvalu 1.10
171  Dominica 1.10
172  Tonga 1.00
173  Cocos Islands 1.00
174  Monaco 0.90 (2012 est.)
175  Sweden 0.90
176  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.80
177  Grenada 0.80
178  Slovakia 0.80
179  Albania 0.70
180  Federated States of Micronesia 0.60
181  New Caledonia 0.60 (2008 est.)
182  Ireland 0.60
183  Germany 0.50
184  Bulgaria 0.50
185  Luxembourg 0.50
186  Austria 0.40
187  Ukraine 0.40
188  Jamaica 0.40
189  France 0.30
190  Saint Lucia 0.20
191  Hungary 0.20
192  Italy 0.10[3] [4] 2014(ISTAT)
193  Denmark 0.10
194  Cook Islands 0.10 (2005 est.)
195  Belgium 0.10
196  Samoa 0.10
197  Swaziland 0.00
198  Curacao 0.00
199  French Polynesia -0.40 (2012 est.)
200  Liechtenstein -0.50 (2006 est.)
201  Finland -0.60 (2009 est.)
202  Barbados -0.80
203  Czech Republic -0.90
204  Croatia -1.00
205  Slovenia -1.10
206  Spain -1.30
207  Netherlands -1.30
208  Iran -1.50
209  Equatorial Guinea -1.50
210  Andorra -1.60 (2012 est.)
211  Portugal -1.80
212  Bermuda -3.50 (2011 est.)
213  San Marino -3.50
214  Greece -3.80
215  Libya -5.10
216  Puerto Rico -5.80 (2010 est.)
217  Anguilla -8.50 (2009 est.)
218  Cyprus -8.70
219  Central African Republic -15.40

Cumulative real growth

Cumulative real GDP growth, 1990-1998 and 1990-2006, in selected countries.

See also

References

  1. ^ Country Comparison : GDP - Real Growth Rate", CIA World Factbook, accessed 26 April 2014""". Cia.gov. Retrieved 2014-04-26. 
  2. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2003rank.html
  3. ^ http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/sex-and-drugs-and-cigarettes-trigger-italys-economic-revival-9797083.html
  4. ^ http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/2014/10/15/How-Sex-and-Drugs-Saved-Italy-Recession

External links

  • Economic information by country
  • Economics focus: Grossly distorted picture From Mar 13th 2008, The Economist print edition. Sub-title "If you look at GDP per head, the world is a different—and, by and large, a better—place"
  • World Map and Chart of GDP Annual Growth % by Lebanese-economy-forum, World Bank data
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