United Kingdom

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Growth

Indicator definition:

Growth is measured as the annual per cent change in the value of the gross domestic product after taking account of inflation. Source: International Monetary Fund.

What you can learn from this indicator:

A positive growth rate means more of everything than before: more production, more demand for labor, and more wealth available for consumption, taxation and investment. A negative growth rate means the economy is shrinking. Jobs are more scarce and do not pay as well as in boom times.


Categories: Overview | Political | Economic | Social | Environmental | Rule of Law | Trade Policy | Money
Graphs: Growth | Income | Inflation | Unemployment | Well-being | Trade Volume | Trade (CAB) | Debt | Spending

Related: Video | LinksView all categories for years from to | See Full Report | Print