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The government recently lowered its 2013 economic growth projection from 3.59 percent to 2.4 percent. In the first quarter of this year, Taiwan's gross domestic product increased by only 1.67 percent, with exports and private consumption rising 2.82
News Analysis & Opinion People shop at a cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in the western German city of Sankt Augustin near Bonn March 18, 2013. Private consumption helped Germany eke out meager economic growth of 0.1 in
Kuwait GDP is estimated to grow by 1.1 percent in 2013 as oil prices and production stabilizes, exports remain subdued, and government expenditure slows down, according to Global Investment House's review of the Kuwait economy. Kuwait's GDP is
The Reserve Bank today said private consumption, which has been declining due to sagging economic growth , will go up if there is normal monsoon this year. "The forecast by Met Department of a normal monsoon raises hope that consumption may improve,"
The UN arm, which released its latest Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific yesterday, said strong private consumption would bolster the 2013 forecast, which falls within the government's 6-7% target. The outlook compares to the 6% and 6.
In the report, the ADB says robust private consumption and improving investment performance are the key factors for Indonesia to reach its predicted growth in 2013 and 2014. The report also suggests that private consumption will accelerate in 2013,
liberals just don't understand the problem. The problem is that America is spending more money than we are bringing in. Now, liberals think that they can solve this problem by bringing in more money through tax increases on the rich.
47, Adrian Filut Israel's GDP growth slowed to an annualized 2.9% in the third quarter of 2012 from 3.4% in the preceding quarter, and 3.1% in the first quarter, the Central Bureau of Statistics reported today. Exports of goods and services and
50, Adrian Filut Israel GDP is expected to grow by 3.5% in 2012, after growing by 4.6% in 2011 and 5% in 2012, the Central Bureau of Statistics reported today in its "Selected Data from the New Statistical Abstract of Israel 2012". Business product
September 10, 2012 China 's economy has been the leading contributor to global growth since 2009 and became the second largest in the world in 2010. Small wonder that fears of a growth slowdown in China are causing trepidation around the world.