A Decade of GDP Growth: How Are We Doing?


by Lawrence D. on Aug 27, 2014 | Views: 877 | Score: 0
WorldUnited StatesEuropean UnionChinaRussian Federation
20044.23.82.610.17.2
20053.63.42.211.36.4
20064.12.73.412.78.2
200741.83.214.28.5
20081.5-0.30.49.65.2
2009-2.1-2.8-4.59.2-7.8
20104.12.5210.44.5
20112.81.81.69.34.3
20122.42.8-0.47.73.4
20132.21.90.17.71.3
% Annual GDP Growth
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Lawrence D.
Lawrence D. on Aug 27, 2014 1:10 AM said:

An estimated $1,250 billion was spent by the U.S. on Iraq and Afghanistan operations alone. Most major economic regions experienced diminishing growth heading towards the 2008 housing crisis, while everyone was adversely affected between 2007-2009. The world achieved pre-crisis growth immediately in 2010, but we're seeing declining growth once again. China continues to experience relatively sizable growth.