Shares of economic growth

The world’s top 10 countries by share of global growth will have shifted entirely out of Europe and the whole EU is expected to account for only 5.7 per cent of world growth. Together, India and China will represent almost half of global economic expansion.

That is from Chris Giles and Kate Allen at the FT.  By the way, here is an FT table, by Kate Allen, of the most rapidly growing economies right now, keep in mind data problems may be significant.

South Sudan 32.1
Libya 20.2
Sierra Leone 17.1
Mongolia 14.0
Paraguay 11.0
Timor-Leste 10.0
Iraq 9.0
Panama 9.0
The Gambia 8.9
Mozambique 8.4

source: IMF


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