Here is a sampling of growth projections for OECD member countries next year, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), according to the most recent Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Economic Outlook, published May 29.
An economy that is growing by more than 3 percent is generally thought to be doing well, and economies growing at higher rates, such as China’s (not an OECD member), are deemed unusually robust. Conversely, economies growing at less than 2 percent are thought of as moderate to weak. A number of euro zone countries are not growing at all but rather contracting, as indicated here with negative GDP numbers.
For a complete list of OECD member countries, click here.
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