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  1. GDP of EU (27 countries)
    27-02-2009 by trustrealty009
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  2. If you were hoping that Britain’s financial situation was getting better, you’re about to be sorely disappointed. Official figures have shown that UK debt has now reached a record £798.8 billion – equivalent to 56.6% of gross domestic product (GDP).
    25-07-2009 by digitalfever
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  3. The State Information Center says China's gross domestic product will grow about 8.5 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier.
    29-08-2009 by pravpm
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  4. Australia has given a cause to cheer for the Western economies by becoming the maiden country to increase the key interest rate since the world got engulfed in the financial crisis that started two years ago. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) raised the
    10-11-2009 by coolone
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  5. Government size reflects the level of govt. expenditures as percentage of GDP.
    15-12-2009 by riyasetu and 1 other
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  6. A look at taxes on corporate incomes as a percentage of GDP.
    26-12-2009 by ellishaa and 1 other
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  7. Government size reflects the level of govt. expenditures as percentage of GDP .
    26-12-2009 by ellishaa and 1 other
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  8. A look at taxes on corporate incomes as a percentage of GDP.
    26-12-2009 by riyasetu and 1 other
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  9. Like overstretched American homeowners, governments and companies across the globe are groaning under the weight of debts.
    06-01-2010 by ellishaa
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  10. In today's global economy, economic troubles in one nation often affect the economies of others. Much of today's economic woes are severely impacted by the worldwide debt crisis.
    13-02-2010 by ksimpsonnn
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