Countries With Lowest GDP Annual Growth Rate - Bottom 10 World

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GDP Annual Growth Rate Latest Reference
Saudi Arabia
Suriname
South Sudan
Venezuela
Yemen
Chad
Republic of the Congo
Oman
Syria
Equatorial Guinea

Venezuela GDP Annual Growth Rate was last reported at -13.20 percent. Source: Banco Central De Venezuela. Constant 1997 prices. Forecast: -8.9 percent.
South Sudan GDP Annual Growth Rate stands at -13.10 percent and is the lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: National Bureau of Statistics, South Sudan. Forecast: 40.2 percent.
Suriname GDP Annual Growth Rate latest value is -10.40 percent, it is ranked as the 2nd world's lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Bank of Suriname. Forecast: -7.4 percent.
Equatorial Guinea GDP Annual Growth Rate was last reported at -8.60 percent. It ranks as the world's 3rd lowest recorded gdp annual growth rate. Source: Bank of Central African States. Forecast: -6.6 percent.
Syria GDP Annual Growth Rate stands at -5.30 percent and is the 4th lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Bank of Syria. Forecast: -14.4 percent.
Oman GDP Annual Growth Rate latest value is -5.10 percent, it is ranked as the 5th world's lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: National Center for Statistics & Information - Oman. 2000=100. Forecast: -13.2 percent.
Chad GDP Annual Growth Rate stands at -3.40 percent and is the 7th lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Bank of Central African States. Forecast: 4 percent.
Yemen GDP Annual Growth Rate latest value is -2.00 percent, it is ranked as the 8th world's lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Statistics Office, Yemen. Forecast: -5.4 percent.
Saudi Arabia GDP Annual Growth Rate was last reported at -1.20 percent. It ranks as the world's 9th lowest recorded gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Department Of Statistics & Information. Forecast: -0.6 percent.
The country with lowest GDP Annual Growth Rate is Saudi Arabia (-1.20 percent in Q4 2017) followed by Suriname (-10.40 percent in 2016) in the second position and South Sudan (-13.10 percent in 2016) in the third.