The Austrian Economy in 2010: Significant Recovery of Foreign Trade
The sharp fall in economic activity in 2009 gave way to a rebound in 2010. Global output, after receding by 0.6 percent, increased by about 5 percent. GDP in the USA rose by 2.9 percent, the first gain of more than 2 percent since 2006. Japan also enjoyed the strongest growth in many years (+3.9 percent), while the Chinese economy once again expanded by over 10 percent.
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Volume (Year): 84 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 (April)
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