Countries With Lowest GDP Annual Growth Rate - Bottom 10 World

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GDP Annual Growth Rate Latest Reference
Bahrain
Venezuela
Yemen
Suriname
Puerto Rico
Equatorial Guinea
Syria
Republic of the Congo
Angola
South Sudan

Venezuela GDP Annual Growth Rate latest value is -13.20 percent. Source: Banco Central De Venezuela. Constant 1997 prices. Forecast: -12.9 percent.
South Sudan GDP Annual Growth Rate was last reported at -6.30 percent. It ranks as the world's lowest recorded gdp annual growth rate. Source: National Bureau of Statistics, South Sudan. Forecast: 34.1 percent.
Angola GDP Annual Growth Rate stands at -4.30 percent and is the 2nd lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Instituto Nacional de Estatística, Angola. Forecast: -4.6 percent.
Syria GDP Annual Growth Rate was last reported at -3.40 percent. It ranks as the world's 4th lowest recorded gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Bank of Syria. Forecast: -10.5 percent.
Equatorial Guinea GDP Annual Growth Rate stands at -2.50 percent and is the 5th lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Bank of Central African States. Forecast: -3.2 percent.
Puerto Rico GDP Annual Growth Rate latest value is -2.40 percent, it is ranked as the 6th world's lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Statistical Institute of Puerto Rico. Forecast: -1.6 percent.
Suriname GDP Annual Growth Rate was last reported at -2.10 percent. It ranks as the world's 7th lowest recorded gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Bank of Suriname. Forecast: -1.5 percent.
Yemen GDP Annual Growth Rate stands at -2.00 percent and is the 8th lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Statistics Office, Yemen. Forecast: -5.8 percent.
Bahrain GDP Annual Growth Rate latest value is -1.20 percent, it is ranked as the 9th world's lowest gdp annual growth rate. Source: Central Informatics Organisation - Kingdom of Bahrain. Forecast: 1.6 percent.
The country with lowest GDP Annual Growth Rate is Bahrain (-1.20 percent in Q1 2018) followed by Venezuela (-13.20 percent in Q4 2017) in the second position and Yemen (-2.00 percent in 2017) in the third.