As far as growth is concerned, the fixed exchange has had no visible disadvantages: the International Monetary Fund estimates the average annual real

GDP growth rate for the twenty years through 2006 at 9.1 percent, with almost no evidence that the momentum is about to fade.

On the international front, strong foreign investment into China, as well as its entry into the World Trade Organization in December 2001, have contributed to its emergence as the fastest growing economy in Asia, with a

GDP growth rate of 7.4% in 2003.

The

GDP growth rate remained stable compared to the previous quarter in France (+0.7%) and in Austria (+0.8%).

Using this relationship, the expected total return to the equity market is the sum of the expected

GDP growth rate and current dividend yield.

For example, countries ranked "economically free" experienced an average annual per capita

GDP growth rate of 2.88 percent, while countries classified as "economically repressed" saw a growth rate of -1.44 percent.

A real

GDP growth rate of [r.sub.t] and an inflation rate of [[Pi].sub.t] yield a nominal

GDP growth rate of [g.sub.t] = [r.sub.t] + [[Pi].sub.t] + [r.sub.t] [[Pi].sub.t] in period t.

Rajiv Kumar has hailed the Economic Survey 2019 as governments resolve to maintain fiscal stability while pushing up the

GDP growth rate. In a tweet, he said that the measures to accelerate investments, especially from the private sector to give a push to growth rate are a step in the right direction.

Compared with the previous quarter, GDP grew by 0.9% in Q1 2019, the same rate as Q4, while based on seasonally and working day adjusted data, annual

GDP growth rate in real terms is estimated at 3.5%.

The oil sector of the economy experienced a real

GDP growth rate of -1.62 per cent in Q4 of 2018.

KARACHI -- The fiscal deficit of the country is likely to soar to 6 percent of

GDP growth rate during the current financial years owing to government failure in containing the expenses and increasing income.

Analysts expect no net revision in the 3.5% Q3

GDP growth rate, with downward bumps of $3 B for private construction and $2 B for exports, but boosts of $2 B for service consumption and $1 B for factory inventories.

Thanks to the new direction given to it by its paramount leader Deng Xiaoping, China has been able to achieve the average

GDP growth rate of 10% per annum since 1980, doubling its GDP after every seven years.