GDP Growth

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Mozambican War Of Independence - Conflict - Political Instability and Ceasefire (1974–75)
... However, Portugal's GDP growth during the colonial war period (1961–1974), was strong and reached a 6% rate (a percentual GDP growth which weren't achieved in any other comparable period after 1974) ... The African overseas provinces of Portugal's GDP growth was also widely notable and the construction of infrastructure were at a record high during the time war ...
Global Recession - Overview
... a recession, which included two successive quarterly declines in gross domestic product (GDP), a measure of the nation's output ... a recession and which takes into account several measures in addition to GDP growth before making an assessment ... recession is more difficult, because developing nations are expected to have a higher GDP growth than developed nations ...
Late-2000s Recession In Europe - Rest of Europe - Poland
... to have avoided recession, meaning that in 2009 Poland created the most GDP growth in the EU ... its International Monetary Fund (IMF) 2010 GDP growth forecast of 1.9 per cent is expected to be upgraded ... In the second quarter of 2010, growth was at least 3.1 per cent ...
Economy Of Lithuania
... GDP per capita reached USD 17,800 in 2008 and was higher than all of its neighbors – Latvia, Poland, Russia and Belarus ... GDP per capita in Lithuania is 70% above the world's average of US$10,500 ... liberal reforms and became one of the fastest growing countries in the world last decade, as GDP growth rate was positive 9 years in a row till 2009 ...
Economy Of Sri Lanka - Economic History
... Twenty five years of civil war has slowed economic growth, diversification and liberalization, and the political group Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP ... economic reform, and a stress on export-oriented growth helped improve the economic performance, increasing GDP growth to 7% in 1993 ... Economic growth has been uneven in the ensuing years as the economy faced a multitude of global and domestic economic and political challenges ...

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