the fastest in the 2010s growing economy of Ethiopia, the study revealed the Financial Times. This may seem surprising, because the country had to ask for financial aid from the International monetary Fund (IMF). However, in the 2010s GDP of Ethiopia has grown to 146,7%, while the GDP per capita at purchasing power parity amounted to 149%. This is the best result on both measures.
the worst result in both categories, the other countries from the same continent – Libya. Its GDP fell by 71% in the 2010s However, the study did not involve Syria and Venezuela – where things were so bad that the IMF had ceased to collect data. Economists estimate, for the first six-year presidential term of Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela’s GDP has been halved.
You see 16% of this material Sign up to read the article I’m already a subscriber