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1. If the GDP continues to shrink, the country will be in a recession.
2. Growth in the Gross Domestic Product ( GDP ) decelerated significantly, from 10.5 per cent in real terms in 2000 to a mere 0.1 per cent in 2001.
3. In the first year of peace, Lebanon's GDP soared by almost 40%.
4. Power generation and GDP growth are not in sync.
5. Ly-GDI is the lymphoid-specific guanosine diphosphate (GDP) dissociation inhibitor.
6. In 2006,corporate savings may have approached 25% of GDP.
7. Swedish GDP is growing strongly and unemployment is falling.
8. GDP has lurched sickeningly downward, but employment has not.
9. GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product.
10. Budgetary deficit no more than 3% of GDP. 3).
11. How to Decompose Indicators of GDP Energy Intensity Reduction?
12. Because of the lagging calculation of GDP contraction coefficient of statistical data, we still adopt CPI indicators to measure inflation.
13. Decelerating GDP growth has shifted the macro setting for the PHP to neutral (i.e., sub-par growth but external surplus) from positive (i.e., above-trend growth and external surplus).
14. While GDP data from this city-state's relatively small economy are volatile, both figures were the fastest rates of growth since the data series began in 1975.
15. This obsession with China's impressive GDP growth often ignores discussion of what's causing that growth and whether it's self-sustained.
16. On May 26th the government said GDP grew by an annualised 1.8% in the first quarter, identical to its preliminary estimate.
17. GDP is the core indicator of SNA (System of National Accounts). It has inestimable influence on the steady economic growth in each country but also has some shortcomings.
18. Economic growth can be loosely defined as an increase in GDP.
19. The budget deficit will probably overshoot its target of 5.8 percent of GDP.
20. Columbia's fiscal deficit could soar to 1.6 percent of GDP.
21. The best measure of excess credit is the difference between the growth rate in bank credit and nominal GDP.
22. Newly released budget documents said the 2011 deficit is expected to reach 10.9% of GDP.
23. Not only is the current budget deficit at that tiny 2.8% of GDP(sentencedict.com), but the International Monetary Fund projects the country's accumulated gross debt at just 22% of 2010 GDP.
24. Economy: Investors reacted little to the third and final reading of fourth-quarter U.S. GDP, which showed an annual growth rate of 3.1%, up from a prior estimate of 2.8%.
25. France is not the first country to look at the non-material aspects of progress. The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan emphasizes a concept it calls 'gross national happiness, ' rather than GDP.
26. By analyzing the relations between import and export and China's GDP growth, this paper affirms the importance of import trade to GDP growth impetus.
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27. Artificial lighting, despite huge efficiency improvements, has cost a constant percentage of GDP for three centuries.
28. Japan's private sector savings were 26 per cent of GDP.
29. Gross investment in China is above 30% of its GDP, but its savings are even higher, above 40%.
30. Remittances sometimes account for as much as 20 % of GDP.