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The world's strongest economies in terms of GDP growth, low unemployment, stable banking system, a firm current account balance, and burgeoning trades.

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With its seemingly permanent state of deflation and flat economic growth, it's easy to forget that the tiny island nation of Japan has an economic output that's almost three quarters that of China's, ...

Domain: Economy; Category: International economics

Of the 15 largest world economies, South Korea ranks 15th. But at 3.3%, its $1.1 trillion economy is growing at a faster annual rate than all countries in the group except for India (4.8%) and China ...

Domain: Economy; Category: International economics

Germany is one of the anchors of the world economy, and at $3.4 trillion annual GDP, it accounts for nearly 28% of the Eurozone economy. Under Angela Merkel's steady leadership, the country has ...

Domain: Economy; Category: International economics

China continues to gleam with a number of superlatives to its name in 2014. Of the 15 largest world economies, it possesses the highest GDP year-over-year growth rate at 7.8%. It also has the third ...

Domain: Economy; Category: International economics

The U.S. was the sleeper-hit of the global economy in 2013. Marked by a steady trend of GDP growth rate increases, surging stock markets, deficit reduction, and declining unemployment, the U.S. ...

Domain: Economy; Category: International economics

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