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economic growth

A rise in the National Income which implies a rise in living standards.
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Noun1.economic growth - steady growth in the productive capacity of the economy (and so a growth of national income)
economic process - any process affecting the production and development and management of material wealth
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Given China's economic fundamentals and capacity for job creation, GDP growth of around 6.
According to the report, the country's GDP growth rate will grow strongly in 2019 at 5.
Market continues to expect growth to be sustained at these levels in 2018, which is within striking distance of the government's 2018 GDP growth target,' according to Cuyegkeng.
Kyaw Win noted that GDP growth for 2016-17 was forecast to be 7.
Taking a look back at 2017, one of the most prominent results is the annual GDP growth of 6.
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These are bound to affect the GDP growth adversely," he remarked.
Cutting their forecasts, economists predicted GDP growth to stand at 2.
Because of its wide applicability, both policymakers and business economists closely follow the BEA's estimates of GDP growth in order to monitor the pace of economic growth and watch for potential recessions.
In December 2015, the 2nd Preliminary Estimate for Japan's real GDP growth rate for the third quarter of fiscal 2015 was announced to be an annualized 1.
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