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Analysis of the main macroeconomic indicators points to a continued decline in Kyrgyzstan's gross domestic output in April 2012.
The outlook for the eurozone debt crisis could also further worsen if the gross domestic output data for the region in the first quarter, due out later in the day, turns out worse than expected, Yamamoto said.
2 of a percentage point, decreasing the gross domestic output by NT$15-20 billion, this year, said Christina Liu, minister of the Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD) yesterday (March 29).
The figures put China's total gross domestic output for 2009 at $4.
As a prominent example, the Indian population of more than 1 billion, once considered a liability, is now considered a meaningful contributory asset--both in terms of gross domestic output and a large market, which no serious global corporation can afford to ignore.
The slump in demand for German goods has pushed Europe's biggest economy into its worst recession in decades, with gross domestic output (GDP) forecast to contract by around six percent in 2009.
In it, the bank said that gross domestic output would shrink 1.
The media tells us that a recession is two consecutive quarters of decline in inflation-adjusted gross domestic output (real GDP).