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steady growth in the productive capacity of the economy (and so a growth of national income)

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According to economic analyst Abdulmenaf Bexheti, the government projection of a GDP growth rate of 3.
Figures released Friday by the Statistical Service show that the GDP growth rate in real terms during the first quarter of 2013 is negative and estimated at -4.
In its latest report, GI cut its forecast of the GDP growth rates of the U.
That's down from the bank's June projection of 2012 GDP growth of 1.
That was good enough to land the state in the second-highest quintile for GDP growth, which is the leading measure of U.
Oil and gas nominal GDP growth has been particularly rapid as a result of a combination of increasing production and rising prices.
Mukherjee, who was reacting to the figures of advance estimates of GDP for the year 2011-12 which were released here today by the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO), said that the negative growth in mining sector along with slowdown in construction sector has also contributed to the decline in GDP growth.
The Bank of Namibia is set to revise downwards its GDP growth estimate for 2011 as the year to date performance of economic indicators in the primary sector remain subdued.
23 percentage point from GDP growth during the quarter.
It also revised GDP growth for the fiscal year that ended June 30 to 5.
Analyzing GDP growth rates trend between the two countries during the period; it is shown that it is higher in India though both countries almost have the same trend.
We also apply a variant of the nowcasting strategy proposed in Castle and Hendry (2009) to nowcast Euro Area GDP growth.
Last week's 'flash' Q2 GDP growth estimates provided welcome upside news that euro area output contracted a mere 0.
The impulse response functions (IRFs) show that a shock to GDP growth causes greater financial development, but a shock to financial development has no impact on GDP growth.
How reliable oil price is as an economic variable predicting fluctuations in GDP growth remains controversial.