Growth rates


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Growth rates

Compound annual growth rate for the number of full fiscal years shown. If there is a negative or zero value for the first or last year, the growth is N.M. (not meaningful).

Growth Rate

The amount by which a variable increases over a given period of time as a percentage of its previous value. For example, a 3% growth rate in GDP for a year means that the value of an economy is 103% of the value of the previous year.
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Of course, given the earlier results that switching from official measures of tech prices to the alternative price indexes had only a small effect on total MFP growth, the changes in MFP growth rates that we identify largely are to the allocation of MFP growth across sectors.
The growth rates of some states like Bihar, Assam, Uttar Pradesh are still very low even during the period of 1990-91 to 2004-05.
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I think I would really want to know, or at least form an educated guess, whether this increase in productivity growth rates might be around for a good many years, or not.
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The numbers show two things quite clearly: First, more often than not, tax rates and growth rates move in the same direction--in other words, higher taxes accompany higher growth, and vice-versa.
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