Countries With Lowest Productivity - Bottom 10 World

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Productivity Latest Reference
Russia
Belgium
Croatia
Germany
United Kingdom
Australia
Netherlands
Greece
Luxembourg
Brazil

Russia Productivity was last reported at 1.50 percent. Source: Federal State Statistics Service. NSA. Forecast: 1.2167 percent.
Netherlands Productivity stands at 34.10 Index Points. Source: Statistics Netherlands. 2010=100, SA. Forecast: 34.1732 Index Points.
Greece Productivity latest value is 93.20 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 97.4968 Index Points.
Luxembourg Productivity was last reported at 99.00 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 97.7535 Index Points.
Brazil Productivity stands at 99.29 Index Points. Source: Banco Central do Brasil. 1994M6=100. Forecast: 102.8682 Index Points.
Belgium Productivity latest value is 100.30 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 100.4688 Index Points.
Croatia Productivity was last reported at 100.70 Index Points. Source: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. NSA, CCPY=100. Forecast: 100.7552 Index Points.
Germany Productivity stands at 100.90 Index Points. Source: Deutsche Bundesbank. SA, 2010=100. Forecast: 100.9619 Index Points.
United Kingdom Productivity latest value is 101.20 Index Points. Source: Office for National Statistics. SA, 2015=100. Forecast: 101.149 Index Points.
Australia Productivity was last reported at 101.80 Index Points. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics. SA, 2010-2011=100. Forecast: 101.7614 Index Points.
The country with lowest Productivity is Russia (1.50 percent in 2017) followed by Belgium (100.30 Index Points in Q2 2017) in the second position and Croatia (100.70 Index Points in Sep 2018) in the third.