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which growth rate? the GDP rate right now stands at -1.90% the population growth rate is +2.4%

The formula is : Potential Growth rate = Annual Growth rate of labor force - Annual decline in the work weeks + Growth rate of labor productivity. So u need to have the annual decline in the work weeks to find the potential Growth Regards, Muntaha

9 percent

4.3 percent

growth in 2002 was estimated to be 3.9 percent.

5 percent

20 percent

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/story/cms.php?story_id=3835The List: The World's Fastest-Growing Religions Growth rates over the period from 2000 to 2005; all figures from the nondenominational World Christian Database, a project of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Islam Growth rate*: 1.84 percent Adherents: 1.3 billion The Bahai Faith Growth rate: 1.70 percent Adherents: 7.7 million SikhismGrowth rate: 1.62 percent Adherents: 25.8 million Jainism Growth rate: 1.57 percent Adherents:5.9 million Hinduism Growth rate: 1.52 percent Adherents: 870 million Christianity Growth rate: 1.38 percent Adherents: 2.2 billion

27.6 yearst = 0.69 / r where r is the growth rate

The average growth rate of employees in a company is 30 percent. Each company can figure out their own growth rate by subtracting the original amount of employees from the new amount, multiplying that number by 100 percent and then dividing the sum by the original amount.

2.1 percent per year

30 percent

The Philippine population grew at an annual average growth rate of 2.04 percent from 2000 to 2007.

According to Philippine National Statistics, the growth rate slightly slowed from 2.34 percent to 1.89 percent. The estimated population of the Philippines this year (January 2,2014) is 98,909,981.

13.2 percent

Of the 8 countries with a population growth rate greater than 3%, 7 of them are located in Africa.

I believe the best place to invest $40,000,000 would be in a Roth IRA with at least a 6% growth rate. You will see it skyrocket at a rate that other investments won't.

12 percent

The Philippine population grew at an annual average growth rate of 2.04 percent from 2000 to 2007. From this rate, we can assume that the Philippine population will continue to grow by 2.04 percent in 2008 from its 88,545,270 population in 2007.

The current NDP of India in regards to its economic growth rate is determined to be at one percent for this quarter in growth.

It is reported that India's GDP growth rate in 2013 was 4.25 percent.

The growth rate of the subscribers of PewDiePie currently stands at 39.10 percent.

The Philippine population grew at an annual average growth rate of 2.04 percent from 2000 to 2007.

Why is economic growth important? Why could the difference between a 2.5 percent and a 3 percent annual growth rate be a great significance over several decades?Economic growth means a higher standard of living, provided population does not grow even faster. And if it does, then economic growth is even more important to maintain the current standard of living. Economic growth allows the lessening of poverty even without an outright redistribution of wealth.If population is growing at 2.5 percent a year-and it is in some of the poorest nations-then a 2.5 percent growth rate of real GDP means no change in living standards. A 3.0 percent growth rate means a gradual rise in living standards. For a wealthy nation, such as the United States, with a GDP in the neighborhood of $10 trillion, the 0.5 percentage point difference between 2.5 and 3.0 percent amounts to $50 billion a year, or more than $150 per person per year.Using the "Rule of 70," it would take 28 years for output to double with a 2.5 percent growth rate, and just over 23 years with 3.0 percent growth

A stock is expected to pay a dividend of $1 at the end of the year. The required rate of return is rs 11%, and the expected constant growth rate is 5%. What is the current stock price?