Budget 2016 winners losers’ list
With the US becoming the world’s second-largest economy, its foreign debt is projected to nearly double by the end of this decade, to US$20 trillion, making it the fifth-largest lender to the US. This was put at $10.3 trillion as of September 2017. The US’ share of the world’s economy is projected to rise to 19.7% by 2020, reaching 37% of the world GDP at that 더킹카지노point.
The biggest loser in the world? China, which is now the world’s No. 5 economy, up from No. 32 in 2009. China’s share of global GDP, up from 9.7% of GDP last year, is expected to hit 29% by 2020, up from 24.5% last year.
The biggest winner in the US? North Korea, which is forecast to achieve its 7% growth target in the coming years thanks to an increase in capital flight. The US’ economic output per capita is projected to expand by around 10% by 2030, up from just 1.9% in 2013. The US’ gross domestic product per capita is projected to expand by 8.7% in 2030.
The economy of Canada is also expected to grow by 8% this year to nearly $836 billion, the second most of all major industrialized nations, after only Japan.
The economy of the US? A tad bit less, projected to grow just 2.4% this year to $7.7 trillion, the lowest of all major industrialized nations.
The economy of Europe? By a smidge more, projected to grow just 1.7% this year to $8.7 trillion, down from 9.6% last year.
The economy of Asia? A bit more, with the economy pro바카라사이트jected to grow a little more this year to $10.4 trillion, up from $9.1 trillion last year.
The economy of the middle East is expected to grow by just 0.9% this year to just $8.5 trillion, the biggest decrease of any region in the world by far, putting the continent just behind sub-Saharan Africa.
The economic growt더킹카지노h of all these countries will come in a very modest package, though: the number of US households that have taken advantage of the US’s low taxes has fallen from around 21 million to just over 17 million households. However, when US companies are added to the mix, the number of companies in such a group has explode