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We're No. 1: The Nigeria strategy

Oct 31, 2013
Nigeria could soon pass South Africa to become Africa’s biggest economy, but only because it’s changing how it calculates its GDP.
Posted In: GDP, Africa, Nigeria
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Debt ceiling damage already done

Oct 15, 2013
While most Americans are worried about what might happen if the U.S. defaults on its debt obligations on Thursday, many argue the damage has already been done.
Posted In: debt ceiling, GDP, Washington D.C.
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Second quarter GDP revised upward

Aug 29, 2013
There's news today U.S. economy was surprisingly strong -- once upon a time.
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), economic indicators
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A job is born: The link between growth and work

Aug 2, 2013
The economy added 162,000 jobs in July while GDP in the second quarter grew at a 1.7% annual rate. So, what's the relationship between jobs and growth?
Posted In: GDP, Jobs
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Why you should be scared by 1.7% GDP growth

Jul 31, 2013
The U.S. economy expanded 1.7 percent in the spring months -- but does that mean the recovery is out of the woods?
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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Should U.S. GDP count 'The Bachelorette'?

Jul 31, 2013
The government changes the way it calculates the country's economic growth.
Posted In: GDP, Seinfeld, Kardashians, television
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Quiz: How does China compare?

Jul 22, 2013
When it comes to per capita income level, which country is most like China?
Posted In: China, income, GDP
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The mystery behind China's GDP growth figures

Jul 15, 2013
China's own premier has called China's growth figures 'manmade.' Find out what's behind the economic growth numbers of the world's second largest economy.
Posted In: GDP, China
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China's GDP growth slows to 7.5%

Jul 15, 2013
China's GDP growth slowed in the second quarter to 7.5 percent -- its weakest pace since 1991.
Posted In: China, GDP, global economy
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No joke: The U.S. government says Kim Kardashian helps the economy

Jun 28, 2013
The U.S. government is set to begin calculating GDP in a way that factors in the economic value of entertainment, such as Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and Angelina Jolie.
Posted In: hollywood, GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

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