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Climate change putting 4% of global GDP at risk: Study
Climate change could see 4% of global annual economic output lost by 2050 and hit many poorer parts of the world disproportionately hard, a new study of 135 countries has estimated.
China sets GDP target of ‘around 5.5%’ for 2022
China announced a gross domestic product growth target of “around 5.5%” for 2022.
World Bank revises up Iran’s 2021 GDP growth rate by 1% to 3.1%
The World Bank revised up its estimate of economic growth in Iran for 2021 as figures provided in the Bank’s latest report show Iran’s gross domestic product (GDP) rose by 3.1% last year.
Iran three-month non-oil GDP grows by 3.3%: SCI
Iran’s gross domestic product (GDP) excluding oil for the second three months of current Iranian year (June 22-September 22, 2021) witnessed a growth of 3.3 percent on the base-year 2011-2012, according to a report by the Statistical Center of Iran (SCI) on Saturday.
Iran’s GDP rose by 43.7% in year to March 2021: CBI
Figures by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) showed that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by nearly a half in the Iranian year to March 20.
Iran’s GDP could grow by 3.5% this year if JCPOA revived: Institute of International Finance
The Institute of International Finance (IIF) estimated that Iran’s economy will continue to grow by a modest rate of 3.5% this year if the country and world powers succeed in talks to revive a 2015 nuclear deal.
CBI reports 2.2% growth in GDP
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI), in its latest report, put the growth of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in the nine months to December 20, 2020 at 2.2 percent.
US federal debt to climb beyond GDP in 2021, gov’t estimates
The United States will see its second-largest budget deficit since World War II this year, while the federal debt will continue to climb beyond GDP, according to a Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimate released Thursday.
Europe’s economy surprises at end of pandemic year: GDP update
Three of the euro area’s four largest economies rounded off the pandemic year suggesting the region can avoid a deeper recession, while still facing headwinds from extended coronavirus lockdowns.
Japan December factory output, retails sales seen falling in blow to GDP outlook: Poll
Japan’s industrial production likely declined again in December and retail sales are also expected to have slipped, a Reuters poll found, reinforcing worries a recent sharp increase in COVID-19 cases could derail a fragile economic recovery.
Mining industries account for 8% of Iran’s GDP: Official
By Sadeq Dehqan & Reza Abesh Ahmadlou
UK GDP still looking lean, despite or because of August's discount dinners
Rishi Sunak’s popular “eat out to help out” scheme will be remembered in this week’s publication of third-quarter GDP figures for the major boost it gave Britain’s restaurant trade.
UK GDP collapsed nearly 20% in Q2 in historic COVID hit
Britain suffered a record collapse in economic output in the second quarter of 2020 when COVID-19 lockdown measures were in force and people had few opportunities to spend, though the decline was slightly smaller than first estimated.
Deutsche Bank: Global GDP to hit pre-COVID-19 levels in mid-2021
World economic output will return to its pre-pandemic level by mid-2021 after a stronger-than-expected economic bounce in recent months, Deutsche Bank said on Monday, but bloated debt levels and a shift in policy could heighten the risk of a financial crisis.
German finance minister expects public debt to peak at 80% of GDP
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Monday he expected public debt to reach around 80 percent of Germany’s economic output by the end of the coronavirus crisis, the level it reached at the end of the global financial crisis.

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