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This is an important time of growth for us and we are confident that our current rate of growth can only increase throughout 2015," he said.
The current rate of growth has been exceeded only during three relatively brief periods since 1980.
The situation in Tunisia could be worse during the next decade if the country's production of natural gas does not increase in pace with the current rate of growth in domestic demand, mainly by the power sector.
The current rate of growth is far below the exceptional levels seen in 2004-2005 periods where annual growth reached near 40 percent or the 2007-2008 periods where rates reached as high as 34.
At the current rate of growth, Delay said, the state will have regained all of the jobs lost in the recession by mid-2014.
Rowland Brown, Group Economist at Capricorn Investment Holdings says the current rate of growth remains extremely high compared to past years, and is largely driven by the significant reduction in the repo rate seen since January 2009.
5 billion of dried fruits during the previous Iranian calendar year which ended on March 20 and insisted that with the current rate of growth in exporting such products, the value will pass $2 billion by next year.
At its current rate of growth, analysts see China replacing the US as the world's top economy in about a decade.