Countries With Lowest GDP Growth Rate - Bottom 10 World

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GDP Growth Rate Latest Reference
Dominican Republic
Iceland
Ireland
Jamaica
Moldova
Namibia
Nigeria
Qatar
Senegal
Trinidad And Tobago

Nigeria GDP Growth Rate stands at 3.23 percent. Source: Central Bank of Nigeria. Forecast: -8.3 percent.
Senegal GDP Growth Rate latest value is -10.30 percent, it is ranked as the world's lowest gdp growth rate. Source: ANSD, Senegal. Forecast: 0.6 percent.
Trinidad And Tobago GDP Growth Rate was last reported at -3.30 percent. It ranks as the world's 2nd lowest recorded gdp growth rate. Source: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. Forecast: -0.9 percent.
Ireland GDP Growth Rate stands at 1.40 percent and is the 3rd lowest gdp growth rate. Source: Central Statistics Office Ireland. SA. Forecast: 1.4 percent.
Dominican Republic GDP Growth Rate latest value is -2.08 percent, it is ranked as the 4th world's lowest gdp growth rate. Source: Central Bank of Dominican Republic. Forecast: 4.9075 percent.
Iceland GDP Growth Rate was last reported at -1.10 percent. It ranks as the world's 5th lowest recorded gdp growth rate. Source: Statistics Iceland. SA. Forecast: 1.6 percent.
Namibia GDP Growth Rate stands at -1.90 percent and is the 6th lowest gdp growth rate. Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Namibia. Forecast: 4 percent.
Qatar GDP Growth Rate latest value is -1.50 percent, it is ranked as the 7th world's lowest gdp growth rate. Source: Qatar Statistics Authority. Forecast: 0.8 percent.
Jamaica GDP Growth Rate was last reported at -1.40 percent. It ranks as the world's 8th lowest recorded gdp growth rate. Source: Statistical Institute of Jamaica. Forecast: 0.7 percent.
Moldova GDP Growth Rate stands at 0.70 percent and is the 9th lowest gdp growth rate. Source: National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova. SA. Forecast: 0.1 percent.
The country with lowest GDP Growth Rate is Iceland (-1.10 percent in Q2 2017) followed by Jamaica (-1.40 percent in Q1 2017) in the second position and Qatar (-1.50 percent in Q1 2017) in the third.