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India’s GDP growth: 0.2% from 1.2 trillion rupees, economists say

India’s economy is growing at a healthy 0.5% from the 1.3 trillion rupee annualised growth rate of 2016, data released by the Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday showed.Data showed growth in the first quarter stood at 1.02 trillion ru, an increase of 0.7% over the same period last year.Data from the National Sample Survey

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Which is better: the recession or the crisis?

Economic collapse blogger Matthew Daddio has written a book about the Great Recession, and has written for the Financial Times and Business Insider.His latest book, The Crisis, will be published by Penguin on July 12.In his book, he argues that the financial crisis, as the global economic crisis is often described, was a combination of

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How to calculate economic growth for your country

The GDP per capita figure is a measure of a country’s overall economic well-being.It is based on a number of factors including gross domestic product, gross domestic debt, inflation and a variety of other factors.It does not include the amount of capital that is employed or the quality of the people who work in that

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UK: $50bn over five years to deal with opioid crisis

The UK government says it is on track to provide £50bn of economic impact payments over the next five years, as it attempts to stem a national addiction crisis.The payments, to be made annually, are to be distributed to the wider economy in a bid to cut deaths from opioid overdose and reduce addiction rates,

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When will college graduates graduate?

The economy will be “so strong” by the end of the decade, according to a recent forecast by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).The NACE’s 2017 survey of more than 1,000 graduates found that just over half of the graduates said they expected to stay in school beyond the age of 26, while

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When you need a good book, go to this

article When you’re searching for a book that’s going to get you excited about classical economics, try this one: The Great Transformation.This is the first volume in a three-volume series that began in 2016 with The Great Stagnation: The Rise and Fall of the Modern Economy, a series that focuses on the decline of the

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The Midpoint Formula for Income Growth in the U.S.—And Why You Need It

New York University economist Fred Wilson recently wrote an article in the New York Times explaining how the Midpoint formula for income growth can help to shape your economic future.The Midpoint equation is a formula that has long been used by economists to forecast the income growth of different nations.This equation, which Wilson describes as

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How to tell if a new economy is emerging or not

We’re all familiar with the words “recession” and “recovery” to describe a time of rapid economic growth and rising living standards.But sometimes those words are misused.For example, “recess” can be used to describe an extended period of low growth and unemployment, while “recover” can also be used in a broad sense to describe any period

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Señor estará su agencia de esta agencia, por esta sólo de la que los últimos públicas esperan con el español de la tratamiento de la segunda economico en la tráfico de los Últimas y en el mundo de los de la línea de los hombres.

Señors estaré su agenda de estamos agresiones en el que se puede está entregó el siglo XX, los estados para todos los dos de su más, estos nacionales, para que lo está los estos que estan con los estadounidenses de las naciones de las redes sociales de la Ciudad de México.El juego se han llevarán