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

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The projected GDP growth rate for 2018-19 is nearly the same as that of previous two years, as China plans to prioritise the growth quality over pace.
Finance Minister Amr El-Garhy said previously that Egypt expects GDP growth to reach 4.
6-percent GDP growth in the fourth quarter, meanwhile, was the same as a year ago but slower than the third quarter's better-than-expected 7 percent.
In explaining the shortfall in GDP growth for 2016-17, the Union minister cited the forces of nature - such as flooding and El Nino - negatively impacting crop yields in some parts of the country.
At the regular government meeting for March, cabinet members said that alongside the positive results obtained across a number of fields, the first-quarter GDP growth rate only stood at a low level of 5.
While Saudi Arabia's real GDP growth is forecast to be flat at 0.
The Global Economic Forecasts report maintains its global real GDP growth forecast at 3.
On average, first-quarter GDP growth from 1985 to 2015 has residual seasonality of annualized -0.
According to my revision study for the 52 quarters between the second quarter of 2002, when the current estimations began, and the first quarter of 2015, the average revised range for the real GDP growth rate between the 1st and 2nd Preliminary Estimate is almost zero.
Ashfaq Hasan Khan, former Economic Adviser to Finance Ministry said that cotton makes a major contribution to GDP which is evident from the fact that whenever cotton crop production was missed GDP growth rate did not cross the 3% growth rate mark.
We expect GDP growth for Dubai to slow to around 3.
Summary: Beyond the first quarter of 2016, quarterly GDP growth rate at constant prices of 2010 prices should range from 0.
In the recently-concluded American Business Council Economic Summit, titled 'Beyond Borders: Trade Treaties and their Implication', I presented the hypothesis that "in all successful economies, GDP growth has a direct correlation with trade growth".
0-percent GDP growth in 2015, reads the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis report.
5 percent on average a year, the average GDP growth rate was 3.