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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The annual growth rate of outstanding debt securities issued by euro area residents was 2.8% in June 2019, compared with 2.6% in May.
However, operating surplus continued to record negative growth rate, declining by 2.47% and 3.44% in Q1 and Q2 2018 respectively.
The growth rate in Per Capita Income is also estimated at 6.1per cent during 2018-19, as against 5.4per cent in the previous year.
China, one of Asia's economic giants with a growth rate of 6.6 percent, has fallen behind in 2018 in comparison to 6.9 percent growth of 2017.
In January-August, services export continued its rapid growth since this year, and the growth rate of export was 5.7 percentage points higher than that of import.
Argentina came in second place with an expected growth rate of e-commerce activity of 33.5% this year, 28.7% next year, and 22.1% in 2020.
"Early in active surveillance, especially during the initial six to 12 months, the growth rate is variable and does not reliably predict death or adverse pathological features in the patient subset with available pathology findings," the authors write.
However, L1t and Kt represent annual growth rates of labor force and growth rate of capital respectively.
It can be see that some of the interesting findings from the Table-2; the growth rates in the state domestic product for the period 1982-83 to 1990-91 are lesser than the growth rates for the period 1990-91 to 2004-05.
Our solution to both problems is to do the analysis of the steady state not with the Solow diagram, but with growth rates, not levels, of K/L or Y/L (not K/LE or Y/LE) expressed as functions of capital per efficiency unit.
Chemical industry accelerated its growth rates from 20% to 57% in 2000-2005, then slowed down the rates by 34% in 2009,
GDP growth rate in Cyprus during the first quarter of 2012 is negative and estimated at -1.6% over the corresponding quarter of 2011, according to data released today by the Statistical Service of Cyprus.