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West Coast Patriot

Coast to coast and station to station, we’re out locating Owderblue destinations for the benefit of our fellow roadtripN’ers. We recognize the sheer enormity of this task and how vital it is to keep pedals to the metal. 181 more words


GDP of Russia 2015

According to the data of International Monetary Fund forecasts, the real GDP of Russian Federation in 2015 will grow by 0.51%. Despite of slow growth next year Russia will reach the per capita GDP level of 14606 USD (in current prices). 67 more words


The PM who cried wolf.

David Cameron can thump the table, stamp his feet and shout all he likes …. he’s been caught out in a lie and now the pigeons have come home to roost! 385 more words

David Cameron

Why our happiness and satisfaction should replace GDP in policy making

Why our happiness and satisfaction should replace GDP in policy making.

Since 1990, GDP per person in China has doubled and then redoubled. With average incomes multiplying fourfold in little more than two decades, one might expect many of the Chinese people to be dancing in the streets.

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Week End Blog – China slowdown, Eurozone resilience and American windfall

Welcome to the Week End Blog. This week’s main macro number had to be Chinese GDP growth for Q3. Year-on-year GDP growth came in at 7.3%, slightly above expectations. 856 more words


What do today's UK GDP numbers tell us about the state of our economy?

Today give us an opportunity to peer under the bonnet of the UK economy or at least that part of it which relates to the Gross Domestic Product statistics. 1,398 more words

General Economics