Top 10 fastest growing economies of the world

10 : Mongolia

mongolia flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % :  10.60

09 : Liechtenstein

liechtenstein flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 11.00

08 : Ethiopia

ethiopia flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 11.60

07 : Angola

angola flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 11.70

06 : Ukraine

ukraine flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 12.00

05 : Venezuela

venezuela flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 16.80

04 : Equatorial Guinea

ek flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 20.00

03 : Liberia

liberia flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 21.80

02 : Chad

chad flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 38.00

01 : Iraq

iraq flag Top 10 Countries With Fastest Growing Economies   2011

GDP Real Growth rate % : 52.30

That is from tiptoptens website, however, finfacts.ie has a different projection, this one based on IMF projections

Top Ten World’s Fastest-Growing Economies for 2011

According to the Economist forecast, Eritrea will have a 17% economic  growth (GDP), making it the world’s fastest growing economy for 2011. Coming in second and third are Qatar and Ghana, with a 15.8%  and a 14% GDP growth. The report added that 3 of the top 10, as well as, 11 of the top 20 fastest growing economies in 2011 will come from Sub-Sahara Africa.

The following list below is the world’s top 10 fastest growing economies for 2011

Rank Nations Growth
1) Eritrea 17%
2) Qatar 15.8%
3) Ghana 14%
4) Ethiopia 9.0%
5) China 8.9%
6) India 8.6%
7) Laos 7.9%
8 ) Uzbekistan 7.7%
9) Haiti 7.5%
10) P. N. Guinea 7.4%

Source: Economist Intelligence Unit forecasts.

They reveal further that growth trends in the New Year will diverge between the rich and developing world. Global growth will slow as fiscal stimulus is withdrawn and emerging markets will continue, to a large extent, to shrug off the 2008-09 economic crisis. Eritrea, the former Italian colony, which won independence from Ethiopia in 1993 after a long bloody war, is set to become the world’s top growth leader in 2011.

Meanwhile, the developed world will remain preoccupied with sluggish growth, high employment and rising debt burdens. Anjalika Bardalai, the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Country Report Manager and the Editor of 2011: country by country, comments: “Balance will be a defining theme of the global economic landscape in 2011. Scores of governments will be preoccupied with trying to get the balance right between fiscal consolidation and economic growth. Meanwhile, many emerging markets will struggle to balance capital inflows, exchange-rate management and inflationary pressures.”

Downside risks to economic stability also abound. These include:

    ? The possibility of a double-dip global recession
    ? The threat of sovereign defaults in several countries, notably in the euro zone
    ? Deflationary pressures in several key developed economies
    ? New asset bubbles in emerging markets
    ? A rise in social unrest, given slowing economic growth and fiscal austerity measures in many countries

2011: country by country, the well-established annual forecasting guide from the Economist Intelligence Unit, contains a concise assessment of the political and economic prospects for the year ahead for almost 200 countries, together with key economic indicators and a summary of forecast numbers.

Highlights in the 2011 edition include:

  • World GDP growth (using market exchange-rate weights) will slow to 2.5%, compared with 3.5% in 2010…
  • Eritrea will overtake Qatar as the world’s fastest-growing economy, as production begins at the country’s first operational goldmine.
  • The world’s worst-performing economies will be concentrated in western Europe, which accounts for 12 of the world’s 20 slowest-growing economies in 2011.
  • Eurozone interest rates will remain at a record-low 1%, but the European Central Bank could face growing pressure to implement unorthodox policy measures to boost growth.
  • Chile will continue to stand out as the most stable and resilient economy in Latin America. Post-earthquake reconstruction will drive growth.
  • Eleven out of the 20 fastest-growing economies will be in Sub-Saharan Africa, but growth in the region will continue to be driven by exploitation of natural resources.
  • Although still strong, growth in China will be the slowest since 2001. Nonetheless, China will remain the world’s fastest-growing major economy.

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