Which countries are growing the fastest and the slowest?
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According to the latest estimates from the OECD, the top 10 countries in terms of per capita GDP in 2020 are: Russia, China, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, United States, Canada, India and South Africa.
The OECD is tracking growth and inflation and measures how well a country is growing its overall economy.
According to its latest report on growth, inflation and economic growth, China is growing faster than most other nations.
The country is the second fastest-growing economy in the world.
The UK is second in terms, after Russia, behind only the US.
China is also in second place behind Japan, which has grown the fastest over the past 10 years.
China’s GDP rose by 2.5% in the first quarter, a growth rate of 1.5%.
That is almost a third of what it saw in the previous quarter.
China grew by 2% in 2020.
The previous quarter was the second lowest since the start of the year, and the third lowest since April 2018.
It was the first time that it has failed to grow since November 2018.
In terms of economic growth China has slowed down in the last few years.
Its economy contracted by 2%, according to the International Monetary Fund.
In 2020 it contracted by 0.2%.
The economy has grown by just 1.4% since March 2019.
The world’s fastest growing economy in 2020 is Germany, which is the fastest-recovering economy in its history.
Germany has grown at a rate of 3.3% over the last 10 years, and is now growing faster on average than any other country.
Its growth is a result of strong infrastructure spending and a large pool of workers.
Germany’s unemployment rate has fallen from 14% in 2016 to 9.7% in 2021.
Its economic growth is also the highest in Europe.
It has been a long time since Germany had such high growth rates.
Since the beginning of the century, Germany has averaged around 3.8% per year, according to a study by the Federal Statistical Office.
In 2019, the country’s growth rate was 2.7%.
In terms in terms GDP, Germany is now the world’s fourth-fastest growing economy after the US, the UK and France.
The US and France are also the fastest growing economies, but both of those countries have had relatively slow economic growth.
In 2020, China grew by 4.3%, but it is the slowgest of the top five economies.
The fastest growing countries are India, Brazil and Turkey.
Turkey has the highest growth rate in terms in 2020, at 9.6%.
In the US economy, the unemployment rate is now at 5.6%, which is below its historic high of 10.5%, but its unemployment rate in 2020 was 12.5%; that is up from 8.2% in 2019.
That means that in 2020 there were 8.9 million more people in the US unemployed.
The rate of unemployment in Germany is 8.4%, which means that the US has more people unemployed in 2020 than there were in 1900.
In the UK, the rate of the unemployment in 2020 fell to 7.1%, which was below the historical high of 7.5 in 1900, but its rate in 2019 was 9.5.
In 2021, the government had to cut back its welfare benefits by more than 20% to compensate for the unemployment.
In 2018, Germany had the lowest unemployment rate on record at 7.7%, while the US had the highest unemployment rate at 14.3%.
According to the latest estimates from the OECD, the top 10 countries in terms of per capita GDP in 2020…