Natural Growth Rate

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Natural Growth Rate

The national income growth rate necessary to neither increase nor decrease unemployment. The natural growth rate assumes there are no advances in technology and the labor force enlarges at a constant rate.
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These projects will have a positive impact on the telecom sector in that it will energise the market to restore natural growth rates, and it also carries a positive message for foreign investors.
The highest natural growth rates were registered in in Ireland (16.
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The large regional differences in birth rates partially underlay the dramatic differences in natural growth rates, shown in Figure 14.
Given the patterns of the birth and natural growth rates, it follows that the poorer regions of the central and western part of the country would have the highest proportion of the youngest age cohort.
Asia will not return to pre-crisis conditions where companies could succeed based on the region's strong natural growth rates alone," he said.
Its proprietary technology, consisting of light and environmental management systems, allows its customer licensees to grow aquatic microorganisms at a rate that consistently exceeds four times the natural growth rates.