Countries With Lowest Productivity - Bottom 10 World

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Productivity Latest Reference
Russia
Belgium
Australia
Croatia
Finland
Netherlands
Greece
Hungary
Portugal
Luxembourg

Russia Productivity was last reported at -0.20 percent. Source: Federal State Statistics Service. NSA. Forecast: 0.1517 percent.
Netherlands Productivity stands at 34.10 Index Points. Source: Statistics Netherlands. 2010=100, SA. Forecast: 32.8006 Index Points.
Greece Productivity latest value is 91.10 Index Points. Forecast: 93.4188 Index Points.
Hungary Productivity was last reported at 98.00 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 104.4651 Index Points.
Portugal Productivity stands at 98.80 Index points. Source: Eurostat. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 101.6317 Index points.
Luxembourg Productivity latest value is 99.70 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 100.6733 Index Points.
Belgium Productivity was last reported at 100.30 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 100.4688 Index Points.
Australia Productivity stands at 100.90 Index Points. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics. SA, 2010-2011=100. Forecast: 101.9963 Index Points.
Croatia Productivity latest value is 101.20 Index Points. Source: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. NSA, CCPY=100. Forecast: 100.9871 Index Points.
Finland Productivity was last reported at 101.40 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 106.4249 Index Points.
The country with lowest Productivity is Russia (-0.20 percent in 2016) followed by Belgium (100.30 Index Points in Q2 2017) in the second position and Australia (100.90 Index Points in Q1 2018) in the third.