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Business Day: 'The value of an endlessly expanding GDP is doubtful'

Published in Business Day, 24 April 2014

THE speed at which a country’s gross domestic product (GDP) is growing has for the past 60-70 years come to be considered the most important measure of whether a country is succeeding or failing. 1,133 more words

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Economic Growth: Differences in Priorities

By Priya Prasad

At the 6th Sage-MSE Endowment Lecture on “India’s Growth in Global Perspective,” President of Chintan Live and Former Executive Director to the International Monetary Fund, Arvind Virmani highlights the role of economic growth in India being a key contributor to the global economy. 835 more words


A new tool for measuring National economic output

Starting April 25, the Bureau of Economic Analysis will begin reporting quarterly measurements of gross output.

Gross output represents, roughly speaking, the total value of sales by producing enterprises (their turnover) in an accounting period (e.g.

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Damm you Mr. Soros!!!

The day was August 17th., 2010. Soros Fund Management press release had informed that they had sold all their positions on Petrobras stocks. No explanations. They had changed their positions to CSN, Brazilian steel giant. 472 more words


Report Shatters Myths about BC's Resource Economy

Former top economist from Statscan debunks 7 common misconceptions

Phillip Cross, former chief economic analyst of Statistics Canada, released a report today addressing the importance of the resource sector to British Columbia’s economy. 518 more words

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Rise Of The BRICs & MINTs? Global GDP 2012 Vs. 2050

Can the MINT regions compete?

A decade or so ago we started to hear about the rise of the BRIC regions: Brazil, Russia, … 242 more words

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